A Commitment to Safety

Since 1993, JJ White, Incorporated has maintained full time Corporate Safety and Risk Management Department acting in a Loss Prevention and Loss Control coordinating capacity, and each working on a direct and daily basis with the field labor, and with the insurance carriers as needed.

JJ White’s safety programs are fully integrated into the Company’s management system, and are a part of the overall Plan, Do, Check, Act cycle which allows for a continuous improvement opportunity based on actual and specific experience. Through continuous safety training, systems, and procedures, JJ White Inc. has received numerous safety awards and recognitions, most notably the OSHA VPP Star designation in 2009 (Paulsboro, NJ refinery) which continues through present. President Jim White asserts: “Safety is very crucial in the operations of JJ White.”

Safety Stand Downs

Use of Taglines
July 13, 2018
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Tool Selection
July 12, 2018
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Hand Protection- Part III
July 11, 2018
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Hand Protection - Part II
July 10, 2018
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Hand Protection - Part 1
July 9, 2018
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Gas Cylinder Storage & Handling
July 6, 2018
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General Safety
July 5, 2018
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Asbestos
July 4, 2018
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Electrical Hand Tool Safety
July 3, 2018
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Utility Knife Safety
July 2, 2018
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Toolbox Talk

Lifting & Handling: The Basics
July 9, 2018 View Download
Most Common Workplace Accidents
July 2, 2018 View Download
Asbestos
June 29, 2018 View Download
Vehicle Safety
June 25, 2018 View Download
Team Up and Clean Up
June 22, 2018 View Download
Heat Stress Hazard Awareness
June 18, 2018 View Download
Identifying Hazards in the Workplace
June 15, 2018 View Download
Situational Awareness: A Different Way of Assessing Risk
June 4, 2018 View Download
Inspection & Maintenance of Equipment
June 1, 2018 View Download
Lightning Storm Safety
May 28, 2018 View Download
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Even more commendable than cost and schedule performance is J.J. White’s betterment of project safety goals which resulted in the safe completion of the difficult and potentially dangerous work required. It is our opinion that this achievement is at least partially attributable to JJ White’s recent expansion of it's corporate safety program, which through the implementation of twice weekly Tool Box Meetings, daily Job Safety Analysis, management oversight, and a safety incentive program served to communicate to employees the singular importance of safety and JJ White’s commitment to compliance.
– William R. Robison | CO Boiler Project Construction Manager