SAFETY IS A CORE VALUE at ILB ELECTRIC
ILB Electric is dedicated to safety; it’s part of everything we do and it’s who we are. This dedication is demonstrated by each employee, through a staff of full-time safety personnel, monthly safety meetings, weekly toolbox talks and recognition for projects, teams and individual employees. These program elements have assisted ILB Electric in keeping the company’s Experience Modification Rates (EMR) consistently at or below 0.63. Every task we take on, every project we build, is centered on executing it safely. Our people are the core of our company and we are devoted to sending them home safely every single day.
When safety is a core value, training and certifications are an ongoing commitment. Every new employee goes through safety orientation, and our crews conduct daily job briefings and daily task hazard analyses to stay mindful and attentive to the tasks at hand. Our training also includes:
- Bloodborne Pathogens
- Confined Space
- DOT Training and Flagging Certification
- EQUI Potential Grounding
- ET&D OSHA 10-, 20- and 30-Hour Classes
- Excavation and Trenching
- Fall Protection
- First Aid/CPR
- Forklift and Crane Certification
- Gold Shovel
- Hazard Communication
- High-Voltage Rules for Electric Workers
- In-House Foreman Training Syllabus
- Lock Out/Tag Out
- New Hire Orientation
- NFPA 70E
- Personal Protective Equipment
- Powder Actuated Tools
- Scaffold Awareness
- Scissor and Boom Lift (MEWP)
- Site-Specific Silica
- Site-Specific Heat Illness
- Site-Specific COVID-19
- Stop Work Authority
- Supervisor Safety Training
WE ARE ACTIVELY ENGAGED WITH NECA TO CONTINUALLY IMPROVE THE SAFETY, PERFORMANCE AND PROCEDURES OF OUR INDUSTRY.
ILB Electric begins every project with an eye on safety. Our focus on safety reduces budgets and advances schedules. While safety is priority number one and critical for each individual, we also see the value safety has on the entire project.
ILB Electric enhances safety on projects through prefabrication, BIM coordination and Trimble layout. Each of these tools allows us to move labor from the job site — where we can’t control the conditions — to our prefab facility, where we can.