The safety and health of our employees is the first consideration in operating our business.

The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 clearly defines the requirement to provide safe and healthful working conditions for all employees. We comply with all laws and believe the personal safety and health of each employee of Buresh Building Systems, Inc., is of primary importance.

To maintain safety standards, we are constantly aware of conditions in all work areas that can produce injuries. No employee is required to work at a job they know is not safe or healthful. Prevention of occupationally-induced injuries and illnesses is of such consequence that it will be given precedence over operating productivity, whenever necessary. To the greatest degree possible, management provides all mechanical and physical activities required for personal safety and health, in keeping with the highest standards.

We maintain an occupational safety and health program conforming to industry best practices. Our safety and health program embodies proper attitudes toward injury and illness prevention on the part of supervisors and employees. It also requires cooperation in all safety and health matters, not only between supervisor and employee, but also between employees and their coworkers. It is through such a cooperative effort that we can maintain our safety and health program to the best interests of all.

Our goal is zero accidents and injuries. We have a safety committee comprised of management and labor that meets monthly to review incidents, develop safe work practices and written safety programs and facilitate safety training, workplace self-inspections and accident investigations.

Our goal is to operate a safety and health program that not only keeps up with, but surpasses, the best experience of operations similar to ours.

Our safety and health program includes:

  • Mechanical and physical safeguards to the maximum extent possible
  • A program of safety and health inspections to find and eliminate unsafe working conditions or practices, to control health hazards, and to fully comply with OSHA safety and health standards for every job
  • Training for all employees on good safety and health practices
  • Necessary personal protective equipment and instructions for proper use and care
  • Developing and enforcing safety and health rules, and requiring that employees cooperate with these rules as a condition of employment
  • Investigating, promptly and thoroughly, every accident to find out what caused it, and correct the problem so it will not happen again

Training & Certifications

  • OSHA 10 Hour Training
  • OSHA 30 Hour Training
  • PPE Training
  • Fall Protection Training
  • Ladder Scaffold Training
  • Scaffold Training
  • Confined Space Training
  • Lock-Out/Tag-Out Training
  • Hotwork Training
  • Hazardous Material/SDS Training
  • First Aid Training
  • CPR Training
  • Steel Erection Training
  • Excavation/Trenching Training
  • Forklift Training
  • Aerial Lift Training
  • Skidloader Training
  • MSHA 46/48 Training
  • Certified Crane Operators Training
  • Rigging & Signaling Training
  • Welding Certification