Our team prioritizes damage prevention through continuous education. Learn more about the certifications our field employees receive.
All field employees with supervisor responsibilities are required to take OSHA 30. To complete the class, field employees must be knowledgeable on OSHA compliance issues at job sites. They must exemplify leadership in safety scenarios regarding heights, confined spaces, hazard regulations, flagging, and more. In addition, they will know to conduct hazard control through elimination, substitution, and engineering practices.
All lead technicians are required to take HAZWOPER 40 as part of their onboarding to Trinity Subsurface, LLC. To complete the class, field employees must identify hazardous materials existent in the workplace and the possible methods, symptoms, and preventative measures of exposure. Field employees have a knowledge of the materials that may present flammable, explosive, chemical, or radiological hazards.
All new hires are required to take OSHA 10. To complete the class, field employees must be knowledgeable on the hazards a worker may encounter on a job site. The class will teach hazard identification, avoidance, control, and prevention. Upon completion, field employees will be familiar with OSHA standards for hazard regulation.
Our highly trained traffic control personnel arrive at the work site fully equipped to set up safe, compliant work zones that facilitate optimal traffic flow. Trinity is dedicated to completing our projects in subsurface engineering safely.
As state-level guidelines transition, Trinity has adopted strict COVID-19 protocol.
Technicians conduct a job hazard analysis to help determine whether work activities require close contact (within 6 feet) between workers and clients.
To prevent transmission, face coverings are required in the office environment. Field employees are provided with sanitation supplies including face masks, hand sanitizer, and portable washing stations. All employees must complete a COVID symptom checklist before commuting to worksites.
Our office has instituted a rigorous cleaning program to make conditions safe for Trinity employees to pick up equipment. In these unprecedented times, we ask that you reach out to our leadership team to schedule a site walkthrough over the phone as we restrict in-house visits to employee personnel only.
Our team prioritizes damage prevention through continuous education. Learn more about the certifications our field employees may receive.
Transportation incidents have become a leading cause of death at construction sites. In most cases, these deaths could have been avoided if workers had proper training. Defensive driving training is required to teach the following:
Even though SafeLand was developed with the oil and gas industry in mind, much of the information presented translate to other industries and provides a strong supplement to any safety program. The SafeLand training provides general safety information regarding:
To determine if our techs can complete the job in a safe and timely manner, Trinity Subsurface conducts an equipment fit-test. It is an internal training to prepare field employees on job sites with:
The transportation worker identification credential is required by technicians who operate Trinity Subsurface, LLC vehicles to access secure worksites such as:
The NASSCO certification helps pipeline system inspectors create comprehensive databases to properly identify, plan, prioritize, manage and renovate their assets based on condition evaluation.
Job Safety Analysis (JSA) is a safety tool that can be used to define and control hazards associated with a certain process, job, or procedure. It is a systematic examination and documentation of every task within each job to identify health and safety hazards, and the steps to control each task.
Trinity Subsurface can either create a JSA template for your project site or utilize your project site's form of documentation.
Well developed emergency plans allow for fewer employee injuries and less structural damages. Putting together a comprehensive action plan may be critical on your worksite. Topics covered include:
Across all service offerings, Trinity Subsurface has instilled protocol to prevent on-site accidents and deliver quality service. We welcome client-led safety orientations to aid our technicians in any unique project site or service scope.
We are dedicated to leveraging the most current and effective resources in workplace safety. That is why we partner with or support the safety regulations of the following organizations.