Safety & Training

About Coastal Mechanical

Top Priority

The safety of our employees is our top priority. We know that our excellent safety record is the result of employee involvement. Through extensive employee safety training and by motivating our employees, accidents are minimized and avoided. Coastal Mechanical Services employs a full-time OSHA-500 Certified Safety Manager with an excellent working knowledge of OSHA Construction Standards, as well as extensive experience conducting Jobsite Inspections and providing Safety Training.

Inspections

Monthly, Weekly and Daily Safety Inspections and a detailed Site Inspection are preformed to ensure that all safety requirements are being met. Coastal Mechanical Services Safety Manager additionally performs Mock-OSHA-Inspections at all jobsites.

Standard In-House Safety Training includes, but is not limited to

-Initial New-Hire Safety Training and Orientation

-Personal Protection Equipment Training

-Coastal Mechanical 90-Day Safety Orientation

-Proper Lifting Techniques

-Safe Ladder & Scaffolding Operations

-Rigging Training

-Toolbox Safety Talks

-Competent Person (Trenching & Fall Protection)

-CPR & First Aid Training

-OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 Training

-Rough Terrain Forklift Certification

-Warehouse Forklift Certification

-Aerial Platform Lift Certification

-Medical-Gas Certification

Other Training

Other Training offered to our employees includes On-the-Job-Training (OJT), Foreman Training, Journeyman Preparation, Project Management and Leadership Training.

ABO Apprenticeship, INJ

Coastal Mechanical Services, LLC sponsors a fully indentured four-year apprenticeship program, that was founded by Alfred B. Osterhout. This extensive program includes training and certification in Sheet Metal, Pipefitting and Plumbing. These programs allow its employees to develop marketable skills to better their careers; and to build future leaders of our company. Among many other subjects, each program includes soft skill leadership training and education; including team work, criticism, communication, and conflict management.

Curriculum

Apprenticeship curriculum accredited by the National Center for Construction Education and Research NCCER.