Safe work practices define our work day at every job site.

Safety is a number one priority at Blackhawk Neff. To ensure the safety of our team and those we work with, we take every possible precaution. Our Safety Program has been developed in conjunction with applicable requirements as defined in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 29, and Occupational Health and Safety (OSHA) Part 1910 Guidelines. Job supervisors are thoroughly familiar with all of our Safety Manual requirements, and undergo specific site/project training when needed. In addition, we have a Safety Coordinator on staff to oversee each and every project, ensuring that the workers have all the necessary checklists and oversight documents to develop safe work plans for each task or job milestone. Project specific oversight documents are developed in-house when requested that custom tailor additional heightened safety practices to unique job evolutions.

We are also proud members of ISINetworld, PICS, BROWZ, and NCMS oversight agencies, wherein our Safety and Oversight Programs are fully endorsed.

It’s not just important that we get a job done. We want to be sure that the job is done correctly and safely.