Safety Protocol & Training

We make damage prevention our business

Trinity Subsurface Engineering, LLC is committed to the safety of its employees and clients alike. Across all service offerings, Trinity has instilled protocol to prevent on-site accidents and deliver quality service. In addition to the certifications listed, Trinity welcomes client-led safety orientations to aid our technicians in any unique project site or service scope. 

PPE On Every JOB

Personal Protective Equipment is equipment that protects workers against health or safety risks on the job and reduces employee exposure to hazards. Trinity Subsurface Engineering, LLC follows the training of the OSHA Toolbox Talks when dispatching its technicians daily. Accidents are extremely prominent in the construction industry in the absence or inadequate use of PPE. With our technicians, proper safety gear is never an issue. Job site to job site will vary on the required equipment below:

Our Response to Covid

As the north eastern / mid atlantic region progresses through the phases of state-level guidelines, 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 customers, visitors, or other members of the public. 

To prevent transmission, face coverings are required in the office and work environment. Technicians 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 project sites.

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.  no

traffic control for active project sites

Protect your work zone with Trinity’s full range of flagging and traffic control services. 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.

CERtifications and Safety trainings

40-hours osha hazpower

All Certified Assistants master the following objectives: 
  • Identify hazardous materials existent in the workplace and the possible methods, symptoms and preventative measures of exposure
  • Familiarize yourself with materials, compounds and mixtures that may present flammable, explosive, chemical or radiological hazards
  • Familiarizing workers with how a contaminated site is set up to reduce risk of exposure.

10/30-hour osha training

All new hires receive the OSHA-10 Certification

  • Present the hazards a worker may encounter on a job site.
  • Teach hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention.
  • Familiarize workers with OSHA standards for hazard regulation.

OSHA-30 is required of our lead technicians

  • Provide complete information on OSHA compliance issues.
  • Exemplify leadership role in safety scenarios regarding heights, confined spaces, hazard regulations, flagging, and more.
  • Hazard control through elimination, substitution, and engineering practices.

Stop Work Authority (SWA)

Under the Stop Work Authority (SWA), every technician is empowered and expected to keep an eye out for potentially unsafe situations or processes and stop the job until the problem is corrected.
 
OSHA’s general duty clause requires that Trinity ensures hazard-free worksites,

The Transportation Worker Identification Credential (twic)

Many of our technicians who operate Trinity vehicles apply for a TWIC card to access secure project sites such as:

  • Refineries
  • Naval yards
  • Ports

Defensive driving

As our technicians travel daily across the mid-Atlantic area, driving safety is one of our great priorities. Defensive driving training is required to teach the following:

  • Adjusting speed for various weather and road conditions.
  • Maintaining a safe following distance.
  • Being alert and watching for the misconduct of others on the road.

safeland Certification

Specializing in the oil and gas industry, the SafeLand training provides general safety information that an employee should know before entering a company facility and while performing their assigned work duties.

  • Fall Protection
  • Hazardous communications
  • Emergency Response
  • Fire Protection
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Electrical Safety

Equipment Training

Some project sites require unique equipment to get the job done. For jobs with heights, technicians require a harness and lanyard. In confined spaces, an air quality monitor or personnel extraction equipment may be necessary.

To determine if our techs can complete the job in a safe and timely manner, Trinity conducts a “fit-test”. This is an internal training checkup which helps allocate employees best for your project site.

Proud to support

Trinity Subsurface Engineering, LLC is dedicated to supporting the most current and effective resources in workplace safety. A strong safety program on our part is due to information published and events launched by the following associations Trinity partners with: 

Approved members of:

OSHA SAfety Standdown

32% of construction worker fatalities were caused by falls. All trinity employees participate in an safety orientation, teaching service protocol for heights.

Isnetworld

ISNetworld is an online contractor and supplier management platform that manages risk and strengthens credible relationships.

First, Verify

A well-tested risk management service, providing reliable third-party verification capabilities to thousands of contractors in the United States.

Construction Safety Week

Trinity participates in the annual campaign that places awareness on up-to-date safety procedures for industry workers. 

Health, Safety and ENvironmental Manual

Well developed emergency plans and proper employee training will result in fewer and less severe employee injuries and less structural damage to the facility during emergencies. Putting together a comprehensive emergency action plan that deals with those issues specific to our common project scope includes the following:

  • Confined spaces
  • Driving safety
  • Electrical safety
  • Fall protection
  • Fire protection
  • Hazard Communication
  • Hazwoper
  • Noise Exposure
  • PPE
  • Risk Assessment

For more detailed information on our safety procedures in case of emergency or unique project site, contact our Safety Specialist.