At Welty, safety and good construction practices work hand-in-hand.

The safety of our employees, trade partners and everyone who comes in contact with our project sites is a core focus at Welty. Our Onsite Safety Plan starts well before a project begins and includes three primary activities:

  1. We establish a custom safety plan that is specific to each project, including a timeline for implementation. 
  2. We conduct formal safety meetings where the entire Welty team and all onsite personnel are briefed on the safety plan and its implementation. 
  3. Throughout a project we utilize an independent agency to review our sites and report on plan compliance. 

In addition to these on-site safety activities, we also employ several on-going safety practices:

  • We provide training for all employees on good safety practices.  
  • We provide all employees and trade personnel with the protective equipment necessary to complete their job. 
  • We provide mechanical and physical safeguards to the maximum extent possible. 
  • We pre-plan for safety in construction operations through job hazard analysis. 
  • We develop and enforce safety rules and require that all employees cooperate with these rules as a condition of employment. 
  • We conduct a program of safety inspections to discover and correct unsafe working conditions or practices. 
  • We investigate every accident promptly to discover its cause and correct the problem in order to prevent reoccurrence.

Contact Us

3421 Ridgewood Road, Suite 225
Fairlawn, Ohio 44333

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