safety first



All employees are OSHA 10 Certified at minimum.

OSHA 300 forms available upon request



"A" Grade from ISNetworld, an industry standard safety compliance company.

Safety and Training

Safety Overview

Quality Line Co demonstrates our commitment to safety and health by consistently and effectively evaluating our workplaces for risks and responding with proactive processes and procedures to protect our employees, our customers and the public and to minimize our impact on the environment.

Safety is our number one priority, and we take our safety programs, training, and documentation very seriously.
Our safety program is a multi-step, continuous process, from new hire and periodic training, to daily job briefings, observations, and evaluations. Our program and training courses are approved with an A rating from ISNetworld, a leading third-party safety compliance company. 

Our new hire safety training courses include:

  • Worksite Safety Principles
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Hearing Conservation and Noise Exposure
  • Tool Safety
  • Fall Protection and Ladder Safety
  • Vehicle and Equipment Safety
    • Forklifts
    • Rigging Equipment
    • Helicopter Operations
    • General Vehicle Operations
  • Fire Prevention
  • Blood Borne Pathogens
  • Hazard Communication
  • Environmental Hazards
    • Heat Illness and Cold Stress
    • Heat Illness Prevention Plans
  • Injury and Illness Prevention Program
    • Incident Response and First Aid
    • Emergency Action Plans
  • Substance Abuse Policy
  • Workplace Violence Policy
  • Cell Phone Safety
  • Electrical Safety Awareness
    • Excavation
    • Underground Distribution
    • Overhead Distribution
    • Wire Stringing
    • Lockout/Tagout
    • Equipment Grounding

Our Safety process


  • New employees are trained with the above listed courses at hire and annually or as-needed. Training courses are not limited to the above, and courses or programs are added and updated as applicable.
  • Safety briefings are conducted prior to work beginning each day, where the foremen and crew members discuss job-specific hazards, environmental hazards, and solutions to mitigate any hazards present. Post work briefings are done daily as well, targeting any hazards that occurred during the work.
  • Safety observations are conducted by the General Foreman as needed, usually every other day. 
  • Safety meetings are conducted weekly with all employees and crew members. The topics range from large-scale training operations or evaluations (such as Hurt Man Rescue, CPR training, OSHA training, etc) to discussions of long-term safety awareness and hazards present at the time (such as Heat Safety training in the summer months).
  • Post-Job Safety Evaluations are performed at the end of each project, where safety briefings are analyzed and hazard-mitigation scenarios are considered for use in upcoming projects and other applicable situations.
  • Office, administration, and management staff continually seek out safety training opportunities such as DOT Compliance classes, Substance Abuse Policy training, and OSHA standards classes.
  • “Behind the Scenes” safety - office staff is extremely diligent with all aspects of our crew’s safety, and are always looking to improve our processes. Safety items include, but are not limited to: 
    • DOT Compliance - all new CDL drivers are subject to stringent DOT protocol and regulations that the office staff adheres to strictly - ie, retrieving drivers’ safety performance history from previous employers, monitoring driver logs, performing random, periodic, and reasonable suspicion drug and alcohol testing, and upkeep of documentation.
    • Creation of Site Specific, Job Specific Safety Plans and Emergency Action Plans, Accident/Incident Reporting, and monitoring of Safety Observations