We Put Safety First
We Put Safety First
At Adamo, creating and maintaining a culture of safety is our absolute priority. Over the decades, we’ve developed a sophisticated system that goes beyond simple injury prevention.
We prepare, allocating resources for detailed, site-specific health and safety procedures, encompassing everything from the environment to the equipment, employee medical surveillance and monitoring to regulatory compliance. Every safety consideration is taken into account.
As each project is unique, so too is each plan.
No project phase is more important than that which keeps our community, our clients, and their assets safe. Adamo’s Corporate Health & Safety Program is reviewed and updated continuously to meet or exceed the most current demolition industry standards – safety, regulatory, occupational, and environmental. Our proactive approach to site management ensures compliance with all applicable standards including OSHA, NESHAP, and federal guidelines like RCRA and CERCLA.
It also ensures our clients’ peace of mind.
Assessments are part of our day-to-day work at Adamo. List-checked equipment inspections for both safety and performance are routine. Each inspection is performed in accordance with National Demolition Association standards. All maintenance is performed in detail to manufacturer specifications.
Employees are trained in key areas such as lead and asbestos awareness, rigging and crane safety, confined space, fall protection, and hazardous waste operations. Our field staff is 100% compliant with the training requirements necessary to perform its assigned projects. Safety is serious business.
At Adamo Group, our goals are simple: zero incidents, zero injuries; a safe, healthy workplace for our employees, our clients, and every citizen in and around our facilities and job sites.
Going above and beyond required OSHA standards, we educate and train our employees on every level of exposure – not just regulated hazardous materials. Adamo routinely provides onsite safety training taught by credentialed instructors in the safety industry. Crews working on projects that may contain unregulated PCBs, receive safety training beyond the standard to ensure they are aware of and educated about environmental working conditions under which they could encounter exposure. This additional training prepares team members to handle complex, atypical conditions and determine the best safety options and procedures.