TABLE MOUNTAIN'S 30/60/90 PROGRAM
Upon acquiring a new facility as we did with Table Mountain, Vulcan's Safety and Health (S&H) Department implemented the 30/60/90 Day Acquisition Transition Program to ensure that all new facilities were in compliance with all MSHA and OSHA regulations. Each number denotes the deadline by which key objectives and components of Vulcan's safety and health management systems must be initiated, corrected or completed.
For example, at Table Mountain, we began our process with a compliance audit to ensure that the most important items such as MSHA Part 46 – the facility's written training plan, and the implementation of the training plan to onsite employees were completed or scheduled to be completed within the first 30 days. The initial audit also focused on areas such as guarding, electrical, fall protection, confined space, mobile equipment, and safe access. Vulcan's Central Services Department also conducted an inspection of the facility's electrical systems and mobile equipment within the first 30 days.
Vulcan's safety culture along with our commitment to our employees and our communities dictates that we always meet and exceed safety and health policies set forth by governing agencies. By the end of 90 days, the plant, mobile equipment and all S&H management systems meet or exceed Vulcan standards.
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