At Triumph Modular, people are our most important asset.  It is our strongest desire that everyone goes home safe and healthy every day.  The company safety and health program have complete and total management support from every level.  We will make every effort to ensure the safety of our employees at all our facilities.

The responsibility for the safety and health program ranges from the most senior executive to the newest employee.  Even if it is your first day on the job, you have the power, and the responsibility, to stop work if you believe safety may be compromised. Safety is a cooperative effort of all employees to identify and eliminate hazards in the workplace.  Our safety program is based on four simple principles:

Identification of Hazards

It is the responsibility of every employee to continuously monitor his or her work environment for potential hazards.  Once identified these hazards must be immediately reported.

Elimination of Hazards

Management and employees will make every effort to eliminate identified hazards from the workplace.

Protection from Hazards

If a hazard cannot be eliminated from the workplace management will seek to reduce the hazard by management and engineering controls or provide personal protective equipment to protect employees from these hazards.  These will only be used if the hazard cannot be eliminated from the workplace.

5S Principles of Lean Management

Sort, Set-in-Place, Shine, Standardize, and Sustain

Management is responsible for providing tools, equipment, process engineering controls, and other items that are required to work safely. It is the responsibility of the employees to use the proper equipment, follow prescribed processes, and work safely and productively.

We believe that any safety and health program must have total employee involvement. Therefore, this program has management’s highest priority, support, and participation.

PRODUCTION IS NOT SO URGENT THAT WE CANNOT TAKE TIME TO DO OUR WORK SAFELY. 

DO NOT BE AFRAID TO STOP WORK IF SAFETY IS IN QUESTION.