Our employees’ and our customer’s safety is important!

Superior client care starts with our passion for safety, quality education, and performance.

Our Commercial safety program has allowed our company to have the best industry EMR standards which allow us to pass on our insurance savings to our clients. At a minimum, our team members have OSHA – 30 training.

Our quality assurance program ensures that we meet our clients’ requirements, support our zero accident values, manage costs, and risks, and continuously improve our process and methods for consistent, measurable, and repeatable quality on every project.


  • OSHA 30 Certified
  • First Aid/ CPR
  • Rigging/ Signaling
  • Arc Flash
  • Lockout/ Tagout


Workplace safety is about preventing injury and illness to employees and volunteers in the workplace. It’s about protecting the company’s most valuable asset: its workers.

1. Stop Work Responsibility
Every employee has the responsibility and authority to stop work IMMEDIATELY, without fear of reprisal, when convinced a situation places themselves, their coworker(s), or their environment in danger. “Stop Work” is defined as stopping specific task activity that poses a danger to human health and/or the environment.

2. Reporting Unsafe Conditions
Employees are expected to report to Supervision any activity or condition which they believe is unsafe.

3. You have the right to a clean and safe workplace
All employees are required to maintain a work area free of debris and excess materials.

4. Near Miss Reporting
Employees are expected to report any near misses and then reviewed to instill corrective measures to ensure an accident does not occur in the future

5. Pre-Task Planning
Before the start of work, workers go through a pre-task planner to review the steps of tasks and ensure they have the appropriate tools, equipment, and training to perform the tasks.


The Workers’ Bill of Rights is in place to ensure that we have fairness and justice as working people in America.

  • The right to work under safe conditions
  • The right to refuse or stop unsafe work
  • The right to be considered for participating in safety committee activities
  • The right to question the working environment and express concerns
  • The right to be involved in accident investigation and hazard evaluations
  • The right to be informed about the results of investigations and inspections
  • The right to hazard information
  • The right to access personal safety and health records

Contact Lee Mechanical’s Safety Specialist, Todd Hornsby for more information on Lee’s safety initiatives.

[email protected]


C – 262.771.7618