Safety - Hoffmann, Inc.


Hoffmann, Inc.'s commitment to safety is evident in our Experience Modification Factor of .81! Hoffmann's written safety manual, Incentive Program, and formal training for concrete silos, industrial concrete chimneys, and steel stacks is clearly communicated to our project managers, superintendents and their team members.

Hoffmann is dedicated to provide a safe and healthy work environment for our employees and customers. Hoffmann's Safety Program is not a "safety show". Our safety procedures are built-in methods, derived from pre-planning, analysis, and an overall understanding of our processes and durability of the structures we build.

Safety Training

All Hoffmann employees are trained in OSHA, MSHA, EPA and DOT regulations and are responsible for their compliance. Whether constructing concrete silos, industrial concrete chimneys, or steel stacks, Hoffmann’s safety training program consists of, but is not limited to, the following:

  • OSHA Dept. of Labor Certified OSHA 10 hr. General Industry and Construction Safety Training
  • Weekly Safety Meetings/Training
  • Red Cross CPR/First Aid Training
  • Accident Investigation/Reporting
  • Certified Crane Operation/Rigging
  • Licensed Fork Truck Operators

Safety Practices

Job safety analysis and periodic unannounced inspections are performed by Hoffmann's full-time Safety Coordinator to ensure that safety policies and federal regulations are being followed on every project. Listed are just a few of the safety practices Hoffmann makes a priority for all concrete silos, concrete chimneys, and steel stack projects:

  • Construction site housekeeping
  • Emphasis on Personal Protective Equipment
  • All Hoffmann personnel are tested to be Drug Free
  • Respirators; OSHA 1926.103 and 1910.134
  • Jobsite Hazard Assessment and Hazard Communication; OSHA 1926.59 and 1910.1200
  • Confined Space and Rescue Procedures; OSHA 1926.353 and 1910.146
  • Lock Out/Tag Out Procedures; OSHA 1926.417 and 1926.147
  • A Fall Protection Standard that meets or exceeds OSHA 1926 Subpart M
  • Scaffolding; OSHA 1926.450 and 1910 Subpart D