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Larson earns Construction Health and Safety Certification

Electric Conduit Construction Company, and its division Midwestern Contractors, employs four safety professionals. With work going on in places such as Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Ohio and Iowa, our safety professionals are on the road for much of their time. Larson studied for and earned his CHST certificate in order to gain deeper insights into building, maintaining and enhancing our safety culture. The goal of this company is ZERO injuries, ZERO incidents.

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                                                                               Excavating for a transformer footing in a substation

With the CHST certificate Larson learned more about best practices among all industries and especially the construction industry, in the following areas:

  • Safety Program Management
  • Haz Com
  • Respiration hazards, respirator fitting and inhalation hazards
  • Hearing hazards and hearing program management
  • Vision protection
  • Fall protection
  • Scaffolding erection and inspection
  • Excavation hazards
  • Shoring protection

And more. As a company we congratulate Larson on this achievement and the benefits this will bring to our employees. Job well done!

Responsibility is the foundation for all we do.

For over 60 years, we’ve built an environment within our company where safety is everyone’s responsibility. Every phase of every project, we accept nothing less than an accident-free jobsite. We believe this standard leads to safer and more productive jobsites and that’s why we’re dedicated to having the highest level of protection for our employees, our customers and the general public. That’s our standard.

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