At Reliable Turbine Services LLC we consider accident prevention our first priority in all phases of operation. It is our desire to always meet or exceed the guidelines set forth by OSHA, Federal, State and Local laws and customer requirements. RTS considers the prevention of accidents the utmost importance to the well-being of our work force and yours. This results in efficient productivity and customer satisfaction. SAFETY IS THE JOB OF ALL HANDS.
Safety, Health & Environmental Policy
Reliable Turbine Services firmly believes that, with the continuous dedication of all RTS employees and subcontractors, all safety, health, and environmental incidents can be prevented. Within RTS facilities and at every project site, management implements and fully supports RTS's safety requirements. Management provides the systems and the resources necessary to ensure a safe and healthy work site. Whether onsite or in our own facilities we provide safety, health, and environmental training for all RTS personnel.
All RTS personnel are committed to compliance with all regulatory requirements. If these requirements cannot be met, the job will not be started. On all RTS jobsites, the pressure to complete a job on time will not compromise our and our customer’s safety standards. At RTS sites, pre-job safety planning is conducted before starting any job or task. Employees and subcontractor personnel are unquestionably our most valued assets.
We hold all personnel responsible for working safely and assisting their coworkers in preventing injuries and illnesses. Compliance with RTS safety policies, rules, procedures, and regulatory requirements is a condition of employment with the company. Management supports employees in their right and their responsibility to question the adequacy of safety and health provisions and to provide their input to management on hazard identification and safety systems that are used within the company.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please feel free to contact us today.
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