Safety Focus

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Exceeding industry safety requirements

Regard for safety of the general public, our customers, our own employees, and the employees of our vendors is a supreme responsibility at all levels of our organization.  Consequently, the PJS safety program exceeds industry requirements.  Color coding, efficient team cleaning, careful equipment and product selection, and thorough training all make critical contributions to safety.  Established processes and documentation coupled with regular safety inspections help to monitor and ensure compliance with safety protocols established by Federal, State, and Local regulations as well as internal policies and procedures.  These include:

  • Company Hazard Communication Program

  • Safety Data Sheet Books with color coded SDS sheets

  • Simplified Chemical Approved List

  • Employee Safety Training Records

  • Monthly Safety Topics

  • Regular Safety Inspections

  • Regular Employee Training and Retraining

  • Self and Third Party Inspection Reports

  • Accident Investigations

safety compliance

In addition, PJS has a full-time dedicated Safety Compliance Manager, who regularly conducts safety audits including pre and post start up safety evaluations, audits, and trainings.  Our Safety Compliance Manager is not only OSHA 30 Certified, but he also earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Safety Management from the University of Houston Downtown. 


Safety does not occur by chance.  It is the result of hard work and careful attention to detail on all of our projects by those who are directly and indirectly involved.  PJS also complies with client safety requirements.  Any specific regulations set forth by customers will be written and incorporated into a site specific manual. 


Safety Field Officer

Since February of 2014, PJS has maintained a full-time dedicated Safety Field Officer. This is not a typical commitment from most companies in the commercial cleaning industry. PJS regularly conducts pre and post startup safety evaluations, audits, and trainings,

PJS complies with client safety procedures as well as our own safety requirements and other related state and federal laws. Any specific regulations set forth by our customer will be written and incorporated into our custom safety manual, which is specific to your facility.


OSHA Certifications

The Field Safety Officer is OSHA 10 and 30 Certified.  The Field Safety Officer focuses on compliance by conducting inspections, incident investigations, trainings and attending safety committee meetings.

Area and Project Managers are also OSHA 10 Certified and are involved in employee training as well as ensuring employees follow safety policies and procedures daily.