• Welcome To S.P. McCarl & Company
  • 814-946-0859
  • 2221 Ninth Avenue Altoona, PA 16602

Uncompromising Commitment to Safety

S. P. McCarl & Company, Inc. is committed to providing a safe environment on all its job sites and is devoting considerable resources to ensuring that every effort is made to prevent accidents and injuries. Job site safety is emphasized as part of the pre-planning and scheduling meetings.

Since our industry has many hazards, it is very critical that all employees work hard individually to ensure they return home safely from every job they do. S. P. McCarl & Company, Inc. is committed to doing our part to educate employees and provide them with the tools to make that happen.

The goal on all S. P. McCarl & Company, Inc. projects is an injury free worksite!

To learn more about how our Uncompromising Commitment to Safety is delegated throughout the company, use the purple arrow keys to the right and left of the text below.

S.P. McCarl & Company ensures that all employees are:

  • Aware of the company's policies and procedures with respect to safety.
  • Familiar with all the requirements for safe practices and conditions to be maintain on the job site.
  • Kept up-to-date on any changes that may affect safety on the job.
  • Aware of their responsibilities to coordinate with the Safety Coordinator whenever there are any potential hazards associated with the job.
  • Familiar with the procedures in the case of accidents and the handling of OSHA inspections.

S.P. McCarl & Company also ensures that all superintendents and foreman have:

  • Confirmed that all employees on site have either attended a safety orientation session or are scheduled for attendance.
  • A copy of the company's safety incentive program and have taken the necessary steps to ensure that all employees are aware of the key elements of the company's program.
  • Weekly Tool Talks with all employees. Copies of these talks and attendance sheets must be turned in weekly with payroll.
  • 30-Hour OSHA Certification

Finally, the superintendent and foreman on site is responsible for making sure that all employees are aware of the importance of:

  • Ensuring that necessary safety equipment is available, and that storage locations are clearly designated.
  • Utilizing the proper individual protective equipment and job safety devices.
  • Requiring all subcontractors and their personnel comply with safety regulations, both OSHA and customers'.
  • Ensuring that appropriate Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are available on site and that personnel are aware of the location of not only all MSDS but also the HASCOM and Safety Program Manuals.