Long Painting Company Kicks off the Year by Going Back to Basics!
Jan 18, 2018 | by Lisa Schaefer
Dan Roush, the Director of Environmental Health & Safety kicked off the year with the 2018 Safety Campaign at both the Kent and Vancouver offices.
He started out by letting LPC employees know that they are a notch above other contractors, but it is time to get back to basics! Currently, we are at a level of participative culture on jobsites because the crew participates, they ask questions, and there are safety signs everywhere, but we always want to strive for safety excellence.
The new online training system was introduced. It will be an efficient way to provide quality training to our mobile workforce. Training will be assigned that is specific to the employees’ job.
Production Manager, Todd Fauchald touched on the topic of how important it is to always be aware of the Company’s image and reputation. LPC is continually trying to improve in the areas of safety, quality, efficiency, image and reputation. We want to be the best of the best.
Todd acknowledged the crew who worked on the Clay Lacey Project. The customer said they did a phenomenal job, by always looking and acting professional, being well educated and familiar with the painting processes, and how clean they left the facility when the job was complete.
Attendees were reminded of the Video Clip Challenge. The LPC Marketing Committee is challenging employees to create a 30-second video indicating why they enjoy working for LPC. We encourage, creativity, and humor!
Please submit your 30 second video in .mp3 or .wav format. Submit your video to Lisa at email@example.com. Deadline extended to February 2nd.
Dan wrapped up the meeting by reviewing the 2018 Safety Goals:
- Zero Recordable Incidents
- Zero at Fault Auto Incidents
- Zero Regulatory Citations
- 100% Training Completion
- Move Closer to an Automatic Safety Culture
- Support Company Goals Thru Teamwork and Education