Geologic Exploration, Inc. is committed to providing a safe work environment to protect our people as well as minimize the liability of our clients.
Our safety program is designed to address the risks related to drilling at underground storage tanks, landfills and hazardous waste sites. We offer three man crews that are trained to meet OSHA 1910.12 requirements and participate in our medical monitoring program. As part of meeting these OSHA requirements, employees attend 40-hour hazardous
safety training courses and obtain 8-hour refresher courses. In addition, they obtain baseline, annual and exit physicals. Our crews have significant field experience in Level C and some Level B.
After each job is scheduled, a site-specific safety plan is prepared. This plan is then reviewed by our Drilling Manager and Driller to insure we are prepared in terms of proper training methods and materials for each job or task. Prior to drilling, a site recon is performed during which overhead and underground utilities locations are reviewed. Our crew posthole digs to five feet on every hole regardless of assurance obtained during site recon. A safety meeting is conducted with all on-site personnel present. These meetings covers the safety plan, work plan, general safety precautions and site-specific information, including telephone/radio location, emergency and medical equipment location and decon procedures.
Our employees also comply with the Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations, Parts 40 & 382 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations that include:
Geologic Exploration maintains a zero tolerance policy for accidents and is proud of the training we require for all our employees. Every employee has been thoroughly trained and is closely monitored for industry compliance.
Geologic Exploration appreciates the opportunity to provide this information. If you have any questions or desire additional information, please contact:
Geologic Exploration, Inc.
Stephen T. Taylor, President
Program Health & Safety Officer