Jobsite Safety

by | Feb 27, 2011 | Safe Practices | 3 comments

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OSHA approved Ramp

OSHA approved Ramp

Levco Builders has a firm foundation in the safety world Joe is a Flight Paramedic and Diane is a former EMT. We as a company are always looking at our processes and procedures as well as our tools to ensure safety.

Although all accidents cant be prevented we pride ourselves in our safety record. From job site audits of extension cords to removing ladders from the site that are unsafe to constructing OSHA approved ramps, we always are looking out for our selves and our homeowners.

We recently were invited to the Nampa Civic Center for a Dig Line safety program presented by an emergency responder and former police officer from Kansas. Levco has been using Dig Line for years and despite the line locating services they provide we have nicked an underground line from time to time.

Nicked Cable

Nicked Cable

Fortunately there have been no serious incidents and our hats go off to them for all that they do.

Your comments are welcome. To ask questions or get more information about remodeling, email me directly or visit our contact page.

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  1. Bob and Robin

    Great article, Joe. Sorry you are having so much trouble with them and especially their attitude!

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    • Joe Levitch

      I would love to fix this silly problem but there are too many other things to work on.

      Reply
  2. Joe Levitch

    This Is A Test!

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