Values are uncompromising declarations of what matters most to a company's leadership. Here at Bancker this means an unwavering dedication to safety that holds the welfare of our employees above all else. To this end, we shall:
- Work Diligently to identify and mitigate hazards at our job sites;
- Safeguard the public and the environment to minimize the collateral impact of our work;
- Openly and honestly communicate throughout all levels of management and staff.
To ensure these values are always honored, we commit ourselves to lifelong learning so that we may continuously improve. Through our commitment to these core values, we pledge a safe and productive work environment for all our employees so they can continue to provide for their families and arrive home safely each and every night.
Our priorities may change, but our values never do!
Just a reminder to drive safely this holiday season. Motor vehicle accidents remain a major cause of workplace injuries, especially this time of year. Remember to never text and drive, stay alert, and drive defensively (remember the Smith system!). These simple disciplines can help you arrive to your destination safely. Have a great holiday season!
Holiday Safety Reminder
Next Bancker Quarterly Company-Wide Safety Meeting
Congratulations to the New Safety Award Winners!
Bancker Quarterly Safety Meeting
We Need A Fresh Idea For The Next Safety Contest!
Company-Wide Safety Meeting
Happy Holidays Everyone!
Welcome to the Bancker Safety Page!
Company-Wide Safety Meeting
OSHA’S FOCUS FOUR: These “Fatal Four” were responsible for more than half (58.7%) the construction worker deaths in 2013. Eliminating the Fatal Four would save 468 workers’ lives in America every year.
ENVIROMENTAL / BIOLOGICAL / CHEMICAL HAZARDS:
SMALL TOOLS TRAINING: These videos are intended for instructional supplementation only. Do not use any tool unless you have been fully trained and are under the supervision of a competent person!
HOISTING AND RIGGING: Only trained, authorized and qualified personnel are permitted to conduct hoisting and rigging operations and only under the supervision of a competent person.
HEALTH & WELLNESS: Quality of life depends greatly on our level of health. Ask any mature adult what the secret of happiness is and more times than not they will cite good health. Please check out these links but remember to always consult a physician before instituting any lifestyle changes.
EMAIL THE SAFETY DEPARTMENT:
Make sure that trenches are protected from cave-ins by: Sloping or benching trench walls, or Shoring trench walls with supports, or Shielding trench walls with trench boxes.
Inspect trenches at the start of each shift and as needed, throughout the workday. Provide safe entry and exit through the use of ladders, ramps or stairways.
Know where underground utilities are located before digging. Keep all equipment, materials and spoil piles at least 2 feet back from trench edges.