A Commitment to Safety

Since 1993, JJ White Incorporated has maintained a full-time Corporate Safety and Risk Management Department acting in a loss prevention and loss control coordinating capacity. The department works on a direct and daily basis with field labor and 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 continuous improvement opportunities based on specific experience. Through continuous safety training, systems, and procedures, JJ White Inc. has received numerous safety awards and designations, most notably the OSHA VPP Star designation in 2009 (Paulsboro, NJ refinery) which continues through the present day.

We Currently Hold the ConstructSecure Gold Safety Award & Are An ISNetworld RAVS Plus Participant

ASME Stamps

U Exp. 9-16-2022

S Exp. 9-16-2022

R Exp. 9-16-2022

PP Exp. 9-16-2022

NB Exp. 9-16-2022

H Exp. 9-16-2022

A Exp. 9-16-2022

Safety Stand Downs

JJ White Emergency Management Report: April 23, 2020
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Valuable Safety Tips
March 17, 2020
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Ladder Safety
March 16, 2020
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Hazard Communication
March 13, 2020
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Cell Phone Distraction
March 12, 2020
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Don't Let Your Luck Run Out 
March 11, 2020
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Anger: Just One Letter Short of DANGER 
March 10, 2020
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Barricade Tape
March 9, 2020
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Back Injury Prevention
March 6, 2020
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Ear Safety
March 5, 2020
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Toolbox Talk

Personal Fall Arrest and Fall Restraint Systems
March 9, 2020 View Download
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Corona Virus Protection
March 2, 2020 View Download
Vehicle Safety
February 28, 2020 View Download
Eye Injury Prevention
February 24, 2020 View Download
Slips & Falls
February 21, 2020 View Download
Confined Space Safety
February 17, 2020 View Download
Most Common Workplace Accidents
February 14, 2020 View Download
Falling Object Hazards
February 10, 2020 View Download
Preventing Overexertion Injuries At Work
February 7, 2020 View Download
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During the safety training, our instructor reviewed accident prevention and risk evaluation in the chemical/petroleum industry. The auditorium was packed and he went on to say that during his past career managing a chemical plant in NE Philadelphia, a local company, JJ White Inc., proved him wrong in that accidents in such a high risk environment can be prevented.
– Brian Lynch |
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 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
The VPP Team Leader reported that your SGE was a valuable member of the evaluation team. The personnel at the site were very impressed with your SGE's professionalism and knowledge of safety and health. By allowing your SGE to serve on VPP evaluation teams, you actively support the program by assisting OSHA in maintaining the evaluation schedule for other workplaces. This is critical to the long-term success of the program
– Michael Levy, Assistant Regional Administrator | U.S. Department of Labor
“Your company’s assiduous safety practices and infinite safety talks have made me more conscious of constantly identifying and avoiding hazards, not only on the job, but also in my everyday activities. Safety can never be taken for granted”
– Duane J. Butler Sr. |
Our instructor stated that the J.J. White Co. of Philadelphia performed accident free for many years in a demanding high risk environment. He presented your commitment to safety as an example to hundreds of new hires.
– Brian Lynch |