Safety Policy/Principles

Safety is more than compliance. It is an ethical obligation.

Safety is about more than our reputation. A solid safety track record is a bread-and-butter qualification for any contractor, but here at Penn Line safety is more. It is a fundamental ethical obligation to ensure the safety of our employees, customers, and the public, on and off the job site.

At Penn Line, our company culture is built on the foundation of safety; we believe;

  • All incidents are preventable.
  • No task is so important that we can’t take the time to do it safely.
  • Our employees should never be hurt at work.
  • Employees should never proceed if they are unsure of the outcome.


Safety is a part of every decision we make, at every level of management.

  • We ensure that safety is aligned with our goals, and that productivity never trumps safety.
  • We support a comprehensive safety program that combines traditional elements with human performance safety, an approach that seeks to influence employee attitudes and behaviors before accidents happen.
  • We champion a zero-accident workplace, and foster an open safety culture where employees are actively engaged in the safety process and empowered with the authority to stop any work that may put them at risk.
  • We invest heavily in safety training and education, and use adult learning strategies to ensure that learning “sticks.”
  • We track safety performance data to know our risk factors and learn from our experience. We hold our managers accountable for results.


Management Commitment to Safety

It is our policy to provide a safe and healthy work place for all employees; to comply with all appropriate regulations as set forth in federal, state, local and Company standards; and to adhere to good practice standards as determined by location and circumstance.

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