OSHA Certified Installers

Questions about Osha Certified Installers?

Created in 1970, the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) is a government agency designed to provide workers with safe and healthful working conditions. It determines standards across various industries and enforces employee adherence to its regulations. OSHA-certified workers learn invaluable safety practices that minimize the risks of on-site accidents.

What Is OSHA Certification?

OSHA certification signifies that a worker has completed all the requirements stipulated by the agency. The employer or an OSHA-certified training provider issues this recognition to employees to acknowledge their compliance with regulations and that they accurately meet various standards.

Not meeting such quality checks can be dangerous for an organization and its employees. Apart from massive fines and legal problems, companies that don’t require OSHA certification put their organizations at risk.

What Is OSHA Certification?

As a construction company, Custom Park Surfacing requires OSHA certification from its team members. The organization checks workers’ up-to-date certificates of completion for OSHA Outreach Training.

These documents cover the following:

  • OSHA 10
  • OSHA 30
  • Department of Labor (DOL) card

For this reason, clients know they’re working with specialists who understand how to work with hazardous materials, confined spaces, fall protection, and more. They also undergo seminars on industry-specific accident investigation, emergency evacuation, and ergonomic guidelines.

Work With OSHA-Certified Experts

As OSHA-certified specialists, the professionals at Custom Park Surfacing recognize the value of creating playground solutions from environmentally friendly materials like poured rubber.

They also understand the need for permeable surfaces to reduce runoff and pollution risks in child-safe spaces.

Request a free consultation now through info@custompark.net or (410) 760-8200.