Penn Outdoor Services is committed to providing safe working conditions for all its employees and compliance with all current and applicable occupational health, safety and environmental laws. Penn will develop the operations, procedures, and policies we believe are needed to provide such conditions. We will train employees to work safely on their jobs and will expect them to work safely at all times. Employees must report unsafe working conditions promptly to their supervisor.
Safety Training Program
Increasing safety awareness is a corporate goal at Penn. We believe that by increasing awareness, we will decrease hazards, risks and, ultimately, accidents. Increasing safety awareness is accomplished through improved training.
Company Safety meetings will be held regularly. All managers will meet to discuss a safety topic, review all accidents and near accidents, discuss methods to prevent these accidents, and suggest future safety topics.
Safety meetings will be conducted in each department by management or a guest speaker. Employees will discuss safety topics, review accidents and near accidents, discuss methods to prevent these accidents and suggest future safety topics. All employees of each respective division are required to attend such meetings.
All managers, supervisors, and/or foremen will be responsible for promoting safe work habits. If a manager witnesses an employee practicing unsafe work habits, the employee will receive a written safety violation.