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OUR SAFETY PROFESSIONALS


Jim Beaudry, CSM

Risk Manager

1919 4th Ave South, PO Box 3657

Seattle

Washington

98124

Cell 253-606-8367

Fax 253-531-3987

safety1@starrentals.com

 

Pete Pringle, CSM

Assistant Risk Manager

1735 SE M.L. King Jr. Blvd

Portland

, Oregon

97214

Cell 503-793-8619

Fax 503-231-1155

safety2@starrentals.com

 

Michael V. Closson

Eastern Washington Safety Coordinator

6812 E Desmet Ave

Spokane 

, Washington

99212

Cell

509-868-7144

Fax 509-924-1652

safety3@starrentals.com



Commitment To Safety

Star Rentals Inc. Takes Great Pride In Providing Friendly and Secure Work Environment With An Emphasis On EQuality And Safety

Safety Starts Here!

While productivity, cost and quality are core business values, we will not compromise safety for their sake.

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All accidents are preventable and all hazards controllable - All employees are expected to perform their assigned tasks safely with a high degree of alertness to the hazards of the workplace. Everyone is expected to participate in the elimination and control of these hazards and to encourage the safe behavior of others.

Working safely is a condition of employment – Each and every employee of Star Rentals, Inc. is expected to work safely in accordance with the training they have received and to actively participate in the Star Rentals safety process.

Safety is everyone's responsibility – The entire organization – from top management through every employee – is responsible for safety. It is management's role to establish these safety commitments as our highest priority and to communicate safety expectations in a visible and inspiring manner.

People will need to be trained to perform their jobs safely prior to being assigned these tasks – No one will be permitted to perform a job prior to demonstrating that he or she understands and can perform the job safely. All employees are expected to adhere to these training requirements.

Each location will have an active Safety Management Plan that is equivalent to those for production and quality – The same thoroughness and intensity of thought will be placed on safety management as on other aspects of business management. This includes setting standards of performance and improvement goals.

Audits are essential for maintaining safety performance – Management and employees will actively observe and involve themselves with the safety performance and behaviors of others in order to encourage those that are safe, and correct those that are unsafe. Safety excellence will be encouraged to further stimulate performance improvements.