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Proper Measures


Monacacy Valley Electric believes in upholding a high standard of safety throughout all phases of its operations for the safety of both employees and clients. Read more to understand our policy on safety.

Our Responsibility to Safety

Safety Policy and Accident Prevention Plan

Through the development of our safety policy, Monacacy Valley Electric strives to keep a high standard of safety throughout the phases of our operations and to ensure that each employee can work in a safe, sanitary, and nonhazardous work environment.

With this in mind, we also firmly believe that each employee has the right to gain personal satisfaction from their occupation, thus making the prevention of injury or illness due to unnecessary hazards our top priority. Along with leadership, each employee has a responsibility to their colleagues to work safely and maintain good housekeeping habits. Poor safety habits will not be tolerated as these put not only fellow colleagues, but also clients in danger.

Monacacy Valley Electric, Inc. has developed and will maintain a complete accident prevention plan as well as the necessary safety training programs. Each individual, from leadership to the job site craftsman, will be responsible for the safety and health of those workers in their charge as well as their co-workers. By accepting mutual responsibility to work safely, we will all contribute to the safety, health, and well being of all personnel on duty. Active participation in and support of our safety commitment by all workers is essential for its success.

Providing a Safe Environment

Management Commitment to Safety

Safety is a team effort – Let us all work together to keep this company a safe and healthy workplace.
Monacacy Valley Electric, Inc. places a high value on the safety of its employees and is thus committed to providing a safe workplace for all employees, developing a program for injury prevention that will involve not only management, but supervisors and employees in identifying and eliminating hazardous situations.

It is the basic safety policy of this company that no task is so important that an employee must violate a safety rule or take a risk of injury or illness to get the job done.

Employees are required to comply with all company safety rules and are encouraged to actively participate in identifying ways to make our company a safer place to work.

Supervisors are responsible for the safety of their employees and as a part of their daily duties must check the workplace for unsafe conditions, watch employees for unsafe actions, and take prompt action to eliminate these hazards.

Management will do its part by devoting the resources necessary to form a safety committee composed of management and elected employees. Through this committee, a system of identifying and correcting hazardous situations, planning for foreseeable emergencies, and training both supervisors and employees on initial safety regulations will be developed. Along with this, a disciplinary policy to ensure that company safety regulations are followed will be established.