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  • Serving commercial, industrial and residential clients since 1970
  • Employee owned and operated
  • Focused on Western Canada with the ability to work worldwide
  • Capabilities range from office towers to residential and service
  • Dependable professional services and trade partners
  • ISO 9001-2000 quality management
  • Revenues of over $1 billion since conception
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Safety & Environment

 

Custom Electric Ltd. has a culture of Safety First, which is reflected from the day of hire and continues throughout the employee’s time with the company.  All new hires are required to complete a New Hire Safety Orientation with a safety coordinator, as well as an on-site orientation with their supervisor prior to the commencement of work. Weekly tool box meetings reinforce our safety culture and require participation of all staff. A companywide safety committee, meets bi-monthly to represent all employees, and serves to communicate our policies and procedures and encourages feedback of field staff recommendations to management.

 

 

We are committed to creating a health and safety environment in accordance with industry standards and in compliance with legislative requirements. We strive to eliminate any foreseeable hazards, which may result in incidents, personal injury/illness, or property damage. Management is also committed to a strong company safety culture which includes educating and motivating all their employees to recognize their responsibilities and actively support incident and injury prevention.

 

 

We employ two certified safety professionals to maintain and administer our safety program. They ensure the policies are followed in accordance to the standards set by Occupational Health and Safety and our company safety manual. Their responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Maintaining our COR, providing safety training, routine site visits/inspections, toolbox meetings, conducting health and safety committee meetings, new hire orientation, WCB claims management and addressing any health and safety concerns within the company.