Safety is a top priority for Alpine Remediation, and our goal is a zero-accident workplace.

Our extensive field experience is the basis for a strong, dynamic health and safety program that incorporates the standards and training set forth by OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 and 29 CFR 1926.65, including contaminant identification and evaluation, hazard recognition, site entry procedures, air monitoring protocols, and construction safety in addition to an extensive annual physical and examination.

Alpine Remediation’s Health and Safety Program includes:

  • Extensive safety training for all employees;
  • Baseline and annual medical monitoring for each employee;
  • Hazard Communication Program;
  • Documentation of employee exposures, incidents and near-misses
  • Site-specific health and safety plans; and
  • Continuing education.

In addition to standard safety training, Alpine employees attend client-specific safety programs as needed.  By integrating multiple streams of safety training, Alpine Remediation pursues a “Best Practices” safety philosophy that takes advantage of multiple perspectives to allow us to do our job safely.