Painting safety is always our number one priority; protecting our painters, our customers, their property and the environment. To achieve this a great safety training program must be utilized and properly implemented. We train all of our painters and other tradesmen in strict accordance to OSHA guidelines. This includes weekly safety meetings, daily toolbox meetings, and specialized training at the startup of every commercial and industrial project. We are OSHA safety certified, EPA lead safe certified, and have a flawless safety record.

A good safety program or a lack of one can directly affect you as a customer; whether you are a home owner, business owner, plant manager, or commercial real property holding company. Unsafe painting practices can put your safety at risk as well as your employees, customers, property and the environment.

Our customers trust us to operate in a safe professional manner when performing our interior painting or exterior painting projects, wether it be a residential painting job, commercial painting job or industrial floor project, safety always comes first

A few questions about safety will tell you quite a bit about the importance of safety when interviewing painting contractors. #1: Do you have a written safety program? #2: How often do you conduct safety meetings and what are some of the basic topics of the safety meetings, also at this point it is a good idea to confirm that they have adequate insurance coverage as well including general liability and workers compensation.

Painting Safety Is Important To Us!

We take pride in our safety performance every single project including those that involve lead paint safety.