Safety & Health Program


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Safety Inspection Checklist


Connected Fiber takes workplace health and safety very seriously. Skilled employees are at the heart of our business. We work, as a team, to keep one another safe in order to create a happier, more productive workplace. Connected Fiber’s safety and health program is designed to make all employees safer, regardless of their role with us. The program has been carefully designed to adhere to all OSHA regulations in order to prevent falls, accidents, injuries, and occupational illness as much as possible.

Many of our employees work on rooftops, powerlines, and around manholes. OSHA has recently made changes to worker safety guidelines, regarding protective equipment, in order to reduce falls. Falls are among the most dangerous workplace hazards. Connected Fiber’s safety and health program is organized to adhere to these changes and optimize safety precautions where dangerous heights and manholes are concerned. The policy also makes any workplace incident, near-miss, or injury that does occur easy to report regardless of where employees are working when the incident occurs. Connected Fiber’s safety and health policy can be read in great detail online. Details of the policy include how the policy is organized, safety training, safety inspections, personal protective equipment guidelines, and more.

Employees and customers are encouraged to read through our safety and health program guidelines. You can learn what safety precautions Connected Fiber technicians’ use on the job, depending on the situation. The safety and health review checklist, incident investigation forms, and witness statement forms are also included for your convenience. For more information on safety and health concerns, call Connected Fiber at 910-443-0532.