Acella Construction takes pride in its reputation within our industry, and the safety of employees and the public are the first considerations in all Company operations. It is the policy of Acella to comply with all Federal, State and Local regulations pertaining to accident prevention, to identify and eliminate potential hazards and to make every effort to prevent accidents. The Occupational Safety and Administration Standards (29 CFR 1926) are the minimum acceptable requirements.
All levels of management at Acella Construction are accountable for safe and efficient work practices and procedures. Safety performance is measured along with their overall performance. Management will instill a proper safety attitude and set an example for those they supervise.
The Company’s safety program includes:
- The promotion of safety awareness of all employees through personal contact and active participation in the Company’s Loss Control Program and safety activities.
- Providing personal protective equipment to all personnel as required and enforcing its use as a condition of employment.
- The installation and maintenance of all safeguards as required.
- Detection and prompt correction of unsafe practices and conditions.
- Enforcement of established regulations and disciplinary action necessary to assure compliance by all employees.
- Reporting of all accidents immediately, followed by a prompt and thorough investigation.
- Continual training and education of all personnel with special attention given to new employees.
The Acella team, led by Scott Brash, the project superintendent, and several huge time saving ideas by Anthony Dirubbo, allowed us to complete our 14,200 s/f building on time. I have never worked with a better superintendent than Scott – as he performed miracles on a daily basis. If you are contemplating building a club house, please take the time to call Dave Dirubbo, Acella’s president and make an appointment. You will not be disappointed.