Convergint Achieves Significant Safety Milestone with Chevron

A core value and belief at Convergint Technologies is that we expect to be our customers’ best service provider. An integral part of providing great service is worker safety and ensuring all Convergint customers, colleagues, and partners get home safely at the end of each day.

Recently, Convergint achieved a significant milestone of 1,000 days without a recordable injury on all Chevron projects with contractor D.E. Harvey Builders. This is a prime example of Convergint colleagues living out the company’s core values and beliefs on a daily basis.

“Chevron and D.E. Harvey have shown impressive safety leadership in attaining 1,000 days without a recordable injury,” said Brad Williams, General Manager at Convergint Technologies. “This is a significant accomplishment for the entire project team. Construction is an inherently dangerous environment. It requires consistent effort, communication, and engagement by the entire project team. We are honored and thankful to be part of this team and its commitment to building a world-class safety culture at Convergint. Working with outstanding safety organizations like Chevron and D.E. Harvey help us achieve this objective.”    

Convergint has been in partnership with Chevron since 2006 and has been an integral part in improving our safety culture,” said Michael Gross, Safety Officer at Convergint Technologies. “We have adopted some companywide safety standards and procedures from Chevron, such as our daily Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), which has reduced injuries significantly over the last several years.”

Convergint is committed to completing all projects and service calls with zero incidents or injuries. In order to achieve this goal, the safety and health of all personnel including customers, contractors, clients, employees, or members of the general public all receive consideration in all phases of the project. This includes planning, scheduling, and execution of the project. Convergint has a dedicated Safety Coordinator in each office location who is under the direction of the Corporate Safety Officer. Each Safety Coordinator and the Corporate Safety Officer continuously evaluate the health, safety, and environmental (“HSE”) aspects of our products, installations, and services.

Convergint’s strong belief in our Health and Safety program is supported by the following:

  • Written safety & health programs
  • Management is committed and expects adherence to the program
  • Employee participation
  • Providing resources needed to meet safety & health requirements
  • Hazard recognition and control
  • Meeting contractor requirements of the OSHA Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals
  • Substance abuse program including pre-employment and random testing graded and non-graded background checks
  • Weekly safety meetings for field supervisors and colleagues

Convergint Technologies is qualified with exceptional ratings through ISNetworld, CanQual, Avetta, National Compliance Management Service, PEC/Preimer Safety Management, DISA drug testing consortium and other compliance management services.

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May 22, 2017|
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