What Is OSHA?

OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) trains our workers to use safe work practices and care about your well-being by taking the extra steps in creating a safe work environment. This is why we earned an excellent reputation. Under our care, you can rest without worries regarding the quality of service you will receive in your time of stress and need.

OSHA sets safety standards and educates climbers working in the power industry and many other high-risk employments, to reduce the fatalities that could happen on-site due to human error. Two types of safety certifications must be retested and renewed each year. These are OSHA 10 and OSHA 30, and the number reflects how many days were involved in the training.