COP Construction & Subsidiaries believe there is no greater importance than the health and safety of our employees, clients and the public affected by our activities. Company management is fully committed to ensuring our employees are provided with the proper training and equipment to perform their work safely. Every project is carefully evaluated, job site safety analyses are performed, and safety meetings are held to ensure a safe work site. Our successful safety program ensures COP Construction’s valued employees can perform their work effectively, efficiently, and most importantly, safely. If you are thinking about working with COP, please know that we will ensure that your safety and the safety of your facility, customers, and public will be COP’s number 1 priority at all times!

Safety Programs

HEALTH and SAFETY ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES

  • Structure and Scope of the Health and Safety Program
  • General Health and Safety Requirements
  • Employer and Employee Rights and Responsibilities
  • New Employee Orientation
  • Emergency Injury and Illness Procedures
  • Office Fire Prevention and Emergency Fire Procedures
  • Vehicle Operations
  • Incident Reporting and Investigations
  • Requirements for Safety Training
  • Computer Usage and Safety
  • Recordkeeping

GENERAL HEALTH and SAFETY PROCEDURES

  • Cold Working Conditions
  • Compressed Gas Cylinders
  • Concrete, Masonry and Formwork Construction
  • Crane Operations
  • Electrical Safety
  • Excavation and Trench Safety
  • Field Biological Hazards (Bugs & Stuff)
  • Field Fire Prevention and Protection
  • Flammable and Combustible Liquids
  • Hand and Portable Power Tools
  • Hearing Protection
  • Hot Working Conditions
  • Housekeeping and Sanitation
  • Ladders
  • Lasers (Non-Ionizing Radiation)
  • Mobile Equipment Operations
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Rigging for Material Handling
  • Safe Lifting and Preventing Back Injuries
  • Scaffolding
  • Signs, Signals and Barricades
  • Stairways
  • Steel Erection
  • Welding, Cutting and Brazing

HEALTH and SAFETY PROGRAMS

  • Confined Spaces Program
  • Fall Protection Program
  • Hazardous Communication Program
  • Hazardous Energy Control (LOTO) Program
  • Lead Compliance Program
  • Respiratory Protection Program
  • Silica Protection Program

HEALTH and SAFETY POLICIES

  • Seat Belt Usage in Company Vehicles
  • Safety Eye Wear on the Job
  • Hook Latches Used on 4-Picks
  • Use of Dump Trucks on Projects
  • Proper Use of Chains
  • Pre-Excavation Procedures

SAFETY AWARDS and RECOGNITION

  • 2010 Wyoming Contractors Association Award
    COP Wyoming LLC – Zero Incident Rate – Municipal Utility – 0 to 100,000 work hours
  • 2009 Wyoming Contractors Association Award
    COP Wyoming LLC – Zero Incident Rate – Municipal Utility – 0 to 100,000 work hours
  • 2009 Raffles Insurance LTD.
    Fleet Safety Award – Driving 1 Million to 4 Million Miles – Zero Fleet Accidents
  • 2006 AGC of Utah Award
    Achievement of Safety Excellence – 25% below National
  • 2006 Associated General Contractors of America Award
    Certificate of Commendation – 25% below Municipal Utilities Division Incident Rate
  • 2006 Wyoming Contractors Association Award
    First Place Safety Award – Heavy Industrial – 0 to 100,000 work hours
  • 2005 AGC of Utah Award
    Achievement of Safety Excellence – 25% below National
  • 2005 Associated General Contractors of America Award
    Certificate of Commendation – Zero Incident Rate – 10,000 to 50,000 work hours – Highway Division