SAFETY & TRAINING
SAFETY & TRAINING
Safety is a top priority on all CESG jobs. We have worked diligently since our inception to instill the highest safety standards in all our practices and services. Safety is integral to our culture, and we continuously improve our safety practices and knowledge. We employ Certified Safety Professionals through a partnership with Core Safety Group; a nationwide professional safety management and loss control firm.
CESG demands safe practices from our employees and passes this philosophy to our clients. We take no chances with our employees or your facility. Our staff’s safety training is mandatory and includes the following:
Supervisors & Managers: OSHA 30-Hour Construction & General Industry
Site Specific: Fall Protection & Confined Space Safety Training
Danny Murry – CESG’s Safety & Risk Manager
Danny Murry is a results-oriented professional with a proven ability to manage teams and assess workplace safety requirements. He is responsible for the enforcement and implementation of CESG’s safety policies and procedures. He oversees specialized craft training, apprenticeship programs, and safety training.
CESG believes in the importance of having a skilled workforce and places high value in training. Training through hands-on experience and technical knowledge increases job satisfaction, employee motivation, and morale which reduces employee turnover. Our culture is built upon having long-term relationships with our clients which means we need long-term employees that are well taken care of.
Employees are trained on new, enhanced skills and advanced methods through a multitude of ways:
Employees that are just beginning their career are encouraged to complete the 4-year IEC Apprenticeship Program (Dallas, Fort Worth). CESG works hand-in-hand with apprentices to help them complete the program while learning the CESG way of doing business.
CESG participated in a safety stand down at our Tarrant County Community College project with the goal of reducing and ultimately preventing on-site injuries. The crew focused on fall hazards and the importance of fall prevention. A Personal Fall Arrest System (PFAS) consists of three major components: a full-body harness, a shock-absorbing lanyard or retractable lifeline, and secure anchors.
Warehouse Fall Protection Training
Jobsite Fall Protection Training
CESG Training Meeting
CESG Jobsite Safety Meeting