SCD Corp is compliant with OSHA directive STD 03-11-002 Fall Protection in Residential Construction:

Under 29 CFR 1926.501(b)(13), workers engaged in residential construction six (6) feet or more above lower levels must be protected by conventional fall protection (i.e., guardrail systems, safety net systems, or personal fall arrest systems) or other fall protection measures allowed elsewhere in 1926.501(b). However, if an employer can demonstrate that such fall protection is infeasible or presents a greater hazard, it may implement a fall protection plan meeting the requirements of 1926.502(k). The fall protection plan’s alternative measures must utilize safe work practices that eliminate or reduce the possibility of a fall. The plan must be written and be site-specific. A written plan developed for repetitive use for a particular style/model home will be considered site-specific with respect to a particular site only if it fully addresses all issues related to fall protection at that site.

SCD Corp provides safe construction sites for our employees and a safe environment for those that work beside us. SCD Corp has developed formal safety practices and guidelines to minimize accidents on every jobsite. It is required that all SCD Corp employees participate in our safety program and take responsibility for their own safety as well as the safety of those working around them. Our goal at SCD Corp is to have all employees’ go home to their families healthy at the end of each day and to achieve this we have implemented a safety program that supplies our employee’s with the knowledge and tools to minimize these risks. A new employee to any company or industry needs proper safety training and those who have been in the same industry or company for a long period of time will become comfortable to their surroundings and may overlook potential safety hazards, it is our responsibility to train and retrain our employees to stay sharp and focused when it comes to safety.