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Safety

Chemical Weed Control, Inc. takes great pride in our employees, and safety is our primary goal. We also prioritize the safety of our customers and the environment. Each employee is certified in safety compliance as required by OSHA and other companies for whom we work.

We utilize the Petroleum Council Core Compliance training program. Employees are trained in CPR, basic first aid, and blood borne pathogens using Medic First Aid. We utilize the Smith System Driver Training Program with each of our drivers, and NCCER training to meet OQ requirements of our customers.

We maintain current information on several databases which are available for viewing by our clients. We utilize the services of ISNetworld, PEC Premier, Browz, e-RAILSAFE, and NCMS. We are a drug-free workplace and utilize the services of American Medical Group, a fully staffed drug consortium. We adhere to all National Compliance Management Services, Inc. guidelines.

We endeavor to attend all customer contractor safety meetings. We are committed to excellence in our field, and continue to focus on safety improvement and quality of life in regard to our employees and customers. Through an ongoing process of improvement and development of Health, Safety and Environmental Programs, we are committed to meet or exceed expectations of the operator companies who employ us.

Manufacturer links for SDS sheets below
www.cdms.net
www.alligarellc.com

CWC Safety Managers

Pamela Hutton Safety Director, Northern Region
Office: (817) 599-8344
Shawn LittlefieldSafety Director, Western Region
Office: (806) 637-4967
Amanda SextonCoastal Region Interim
Office: (325) 784-5055
Scott O’Hagan Jr. Safety Director, CWC Right of Way Division
Office: (979) 968-8780

Director of Safety

Amanda SextonDirector of Safety & Licensing
Office: (325) 784-5055

PEC Certifications

  • Introduction to Safety Management
  • Terrorist Response Awareness Program
  • Process Safety Management
  • Emergency Response Plans
  • Hazard Communications
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Hearing Conservation
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Hydrogen Sulfide Safety-H2S
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Lock-Out/Tag-Out Affected Person
  • Fall Protection
  • Back Safety
  • Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records
  • Forklift Safety
  • Environmental Safety