No cutting corners here. More than 100+ Years of experience in the glazing industry has taught Brin many things. Chief among them: working with heavy glass and metal building materials—often at great heights—is a job best reserved for consistent, detail-oriented professionals.
Because of our solid history and reputation for excellence, Brin employs some of the most tenured glazing experts in the industry. As a close-knit family of companies, we are committed to the safety of our valued employees owners and union team members.
Brin has several standard practices and policies designed to promote and improve workplace safety. These include:
- “Full-time PPE” (hard hat, safety vests, and safety gloves) is required for any Brin team member who enters a job site
- Proper lifting equipment as required for each project
- High-quality, cut-resistant shirts and gloves for glass handler
- Company Safety Director ensures compliance with Brin’s own policies as well as OSHA safety regulations
- Gang boxes at each job site are stocked with first aid supplies, GFIs, specialty tools, and everything needed to help promote safety in the field
- Fall protection equipment such as heavy-duty belts and pull harnesses are frequently inspected and updated on a regular basis; additional specialty gear available to team members by request
- Specialized, automated equipment and machinery that helps us safely fabricate, transport, load/unload, and install heavy, large, or breakable materials
- Weekly, job-site-specific team meetings to plan ahead for weather, potential site hazards, safety tools or equipment needed, and fall protection gear for upcoming jobs
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