RAK Corrosion Control’s goal is to have zero accidents with zero tolerance. Our commitment to safety is our number one objective.

The management of RAK Corrosion Control is committed to the safety and health of its work force. All new employees go through a company specific safety training/orientation pre-hire. Employees are then OSHA 10hr trained and receive OSHA 30hr training within the first year of their employment. RAKCC has an in house, full time safety coordinator, who also is an OSHA outreach trainer. Our safety coordinator on staff is OSHA 500 trained and committed full time to safety in the field.

All RAK employees that work for the entire year with no safety violations receive a $500 safety incentive bonus at Christmas time. Each employee receives an updated safety manual when changes are made to our safety program or by OSHA. Construction safety is practiced by all employees from the management down. Management plays a vital role in safety for their employees, client’s employees and the public. A copy of our safety manual and EMR are available upon request.

The President and Safety Director of RAK have gone through OSHA 501 and 502 training. RAK Corrosion Control’s commitment to safety keeps our liability and our client’s liability to a minimum. RAK’s number one objective is making sure its employees make it home every night the same way the left in the morning. Below you will find some of the topics covered during our new employee orientation. Our journeymen are required to attend 16 hours of update safety training annually, where these topics are also reviewed.

Safety Training Includes:

  • Process Safety Management
  • Confined Space Awareness
  • Lockout/ Tag out
  • Hazard Communications
  • First Aid/ CPR/ AED
  • Blood Bourne Pathogens
  • Hot Work Permits
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Fall Protection
  • Fire Protection
  • Hearing Conservation
  • Environmental Controls
  • Aerial Lifts
  • Hazardous Chemical Exposure
  • Electrical Safety
  • Portable Ladders
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Scaffold Safety
  • Abrasive Blasting