By Kristine Rohwer
Published March 2021
The safety of our field technicians is CommTech Global’s number one priority. As many field technicians and companies know, the management of those safety guidelines can be difficult given the circumstances of the work sites. What is the reasoning for that? Lets’ dive in.
Field technicians are deployed to remote worksites away from their homes and their company’s headquarters. Coupled with dangerous working conditions such as high voltage areas, small confined spaces, high gas detection and extremely high fall-risk scenarios, these deployments can be hazardous to any person.
To keep these field technicians safe, we adhere to OSHA safety standards, use state-of-the art PPE (personal protective equipment), and require technicians to work in teams of two or more people.
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As with all things, change is constant. Ever-evolving safety guidelines and requirements must be reviewed frequently. The safety of our employees and prevention of injuries or accidents should be a the forefront of any project, and those executing orders must be educated and trained in government guidelines.