Morris Painting is committed to providing a safe workplace for its employees and cooperating with OSHA as well as Electrical Utility Companies to ensure that maintaining the integrity of the nation’s power grid system is achieved safely.
Coatings in the utility industry require highly skilled employees that must have the ability to recognize specific hazards. Our company’s training program is unparalleled in the industrial painting industry as we require our employees to complete classroom and field training prior to engaging in any painting activities satisfying OSHA’s requirement for “Qualified Employees” per 1910.269(a)(2)(ii).
Specialized training incudes
- Fall Protection per OSHA CFR 1926 Guidelines
- Tower Climbing and Rescue Course
- HAZCOM per OSHA CFR 1926 Guidelines
- General Worksite Safety per OSHA CFR 1926 Guidelines
- PPE Use per OSHA CFR 1926 Guidelines
- Health Hazards (Lead, Silica, Etc.) per OSHA CFR 1926 Guidelines
- Power Tools per OSHA CFR 1926 Guidelines
- Vehicle Safety per OSHA CFR 1926 Guidelines
- Electrical Hazards & Awareness Per 1910.269 Transmission & Distribution