Technical Approach for Safety: TTL’s EMR # 0.64
TTL incorporates safety into all aspects of our operations to minimize risk to our workers, subcontractors, the public and the environment. We have 8 years experience implementing our DoD-proven Health & Safety (H&S) program on over 20 various DoD projects, completing all work with no lost time incidents. Our commitment to safety is evidenced by the fact that we have over 200,000 hours of work without a lost time incident.
At TTL, the safety and protection of associates, clients, and the community is a top priority. This concern for safety extends from field operations to laboratories, the offices, and shop facilities. If an activity or condition is deemed unsafe, the task will not proceed until the situation is corrected. TTL’s Safety & Health Manager (SHM) is the primary operational safety official in the company. However, every associate, regardless of job title, shares the responsibility for safety and should report any unsafe condition without fear of reprisal.
We have adopted a “Zero Accidents” goal. We believe that every accident is preventable and ask all associates to share the responsibility for reducing personal injury, automobile, and equipment incidents to zero.”
–Robert Ruse, PhD, PE, Program Manager
Over the last 5 years, TTL has invested over $525,000 in safety training. We conduct 40-hr and 8-hr training in-house, including lockout/tagout, confined space entry, PPE and respiratory protection, air monitoring instrument, fall protection, and off-the-job safety. We have 51 workers with current hazardous waste safety training as required by 29 CFR 1910.120 and 1926.65, ensuring we have qualified staff to respond to EMAC requirements.
PICS Contractor ID: 6758
Member Since: 03/03/2009