At College Works Painting safety is priority one. Not only do we teach safety training classes, but CWP as been a leader in creating new, better and safer standards for the entire home painting industry.
Here are just a few ways that CWP is helping to insure the safety of everyone involved in painting your home:
1. “College Works Painting is working to create stronger safety standards in the painting industry as a whole.”
CWP mandates all retailers working with them to stock fiberglass ladders. “we are very proud to have impacted and changed the painting industry as a whole improving electrical safety”
CWP does not allow the use of anything but fiberglass ladders on our jobsites!
If you have seen anything but fiberglass ladders on our jobsites please contact us directly.
2. OSHA Compliant
- CWP actively works to meet and exceed all OSHA requirements for residential house painting including but not limited to: Frequent job site safety meetings, use of harnesses while working on roofs, reporting of injuries and illnesses according to OSHA regulations.
3. Safety Meetings:
- Safety meetings are part of every training CWP provides
- Safety meetings are held every week with every crew (Twice OSHA requirements)
4. Safety Manual:
- Please download a copy of the safety manual here
- If you have any feeling of any unsafe job practices please contact us
College Works Painting is EPA Lead Safe Certified
Beginning April 22, 2010, federal law requires that contractors performing renovation, repair and painting projects that disturb more than six square feet of paint in homes, child care facilities, and schools built before 1978 must be certified and trained to follow specific work practices to prevent lead contamination. Protect your family and make sure you only hire a contractor who is in a Lead-Safe Certified Firm. You can be sure College Works Painting is EPA Lead Safe Certified. Call us today to have a Certified Lead Renovator in your area provide you with a free estimate.
For more information visit the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s website at http://www.epa.gov/lead