Our Commitment to Safety at Peak Contracting Group

Peak Contracting Group is committed to fostering a safe working environment. From OSHA-certified team members to recurring safety trainings, we make sure everyone involved in a project is protected.

A Culture of Safety

At Peak Contracting Group, we’re industry leaders in safety standards. That’s because safety is an everyday practice. We have daily toolbox meetings to review Job Safety Analysis sheets and rigorous training sessions for all employees.

Ensuring the well-being of our most valuable asset – our employees – is a top priority for us. We recognize that the success of our business hinges on their safety. Our committment to this is unwavering, as we strive to ensure that our employees can return home each night to their families. To achieve this objective, we prioritize comprehensive employee education, training, and support.

We firmly believe in three fundamental factors that contribute to maintaining a safe work environment:

  • Proper education and training
  • Consistency with our training program
  • Teamwork

OSHA-Certified Employees

Along with on-site job training, our team also stays current with the latest safety regulations and protocols in our industry through OSHA, ACI, and NSC courses and certifications. Select members of our team also hold advanced certifications like OSHA 30, first aid, and CPR.

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Required Safety Training Programs

Our employees receive safety training upon hire and participate in a wide variety of training programs every year to ensure that our team is prepared for any situation during your project.

AED Training

Clearance/Lockout Tagout (LOTO) training

Climate hazards control

Confined space safety

Electrical safety

Emergency procedures

Fall protection training

First aid practices and equipment

Hazard analysis and safety planning

Hazard communication

Hot work safety

Incident analysis and reporting

Lead, cadmium, arsenic, and toxic metals safety

Mobile lift safety

Motor vehicle safety



Personal protection equipment training

Respiratory protection

Rigging and crane safety

Scaffolding safety

Signs, barricades, and flagging training

Trenching and excavation safety