Metro Power Construction maintains a Safety & Health Program conforming to industry best practises. Our success in safety begins with addressing our attitude towards it. Ensuring the proper attitude towards workplace safety and health provides an environment where our employees are able to communicate concerns not only with their peers, but with their supervisors.
The personal safety and health of each Metro Power Construction employee is always our primary concern. The reduction of occupational injuries and illness always comes before operating productivity. We provide the highest standards of mechanical and physical facilities required for personal health and safety for just this reason.
This program strives to reduce workplace injury and illness with an overall goal of a zero-incident work environment.
Our Commitment to Health & Safety:
Metro Power Construction is a proud holder of a Certificate of Recognition (COR) through the British Columbia Construction Safety Alliance (BCCSA). Holders of this certificate undergo a thorough audit of health and safety management systems and rewards employers who take a strategic approach to workplace safety and are committed to reducing workplace injuries.
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