• Business Hours: Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

(800) 345-3017
18119 State Highway 371
Brainerd, Minnesota

Safety and Training Practices

Safety is a top priority for us, since 1977 we have always worked safely and cautiously. We have trained employees to:

  • Understand company safety rules and policies
  • To use tools, equipment and personal protective equipment the way they were designed
  • To identify hazards and eliminate them
  • To immediately report all unsafe conditions to their supervisor
  • To only perform tasks for which they have been trained and when in doubt, stop and ask
  • To accept the "Zero Accident" philosophy

Safety Practices

National Conductor Constructors, LLC is committed to providing a safe and healthy working environment that meets or exceeds our responsibilities to our employees and clients. Management is responsible for providing a safe working environment while maintaining quality and efficiency on our projects. Employees are responsible for complying with the applicable safety and health rules and regulations as established by National Conductor Constructors, LLC and the on-site, project specific safety program.

National Conductor Constructors, LLC Safety Program is based on the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) 1926 Construction Manual, Minnesota’s “A Workplace Accident and Injury Reduction” program (AWAIR), and individual project safety guidelines for the overall Company Safety Program. The program is continually updated by recommendations from project sites, safety engineers, project owners, periodic performance audits of projects, employees and OSHA updates to maintain National Conductor Constructors, LLC commitment to safety. On construction projects the employees look to the foreman as a direct representative of the Company. Therefore, they interpret the safety attitude of the individual foreman as that of the Company. The safety program operates on the basis that accident prevention is essential for an efficient operation.

Safety Certifications and Codes & Standards

Certified Welders
Electrical Licenses in 38 States
Aluminum Certificates
AWS D-1.2
ASME Section IX
Steel Certification
AWS D1.1
OSHA Training 10 and 30 hours
CPR/1st Aid Training
Silver Plating and Thermal Imaging
Applied Surface Concepts Training
Hazardous Waste and DOT Hazardous Materials Training
NCCCO Crane Certified
Power Safe Generation Training Certified

Codes & Standards
IEEE, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Eng.
NEMA, National Electrical Manu. Assoc.
NESC, National Electrical Safety Code
ANSI, American National Standards Institute
UL, Underwriters Laboratories
ASTM, American Society for Testing and Material
IPCEA, Int. Power Cable Engineers Assoc.
AISC, American Institute of Steel Construction
NEC, National Electric Code
AWS, American Welding Society
Code 3084 Silver per AMS 2451 & Mil-Std 865
40CFR 265.16 / 49 CFR 172.702 and 49 CFR 172.704
ACI, American Concrete Institute
ISA, Instrument Society of America
NACE, Nat'l Assoc. of Corrosion Engineers
NFPA, National Fire Protection Assoc.
NBS, National Bureau of Standards
OSHA, Occupational Safety and Health

safety program

Our safety programs consist of the following programs. All employees must review and test out for each topic addressed.

Course Number, Course Description, Training Material Used

S-01, Safety Orientation, Review NCC's Safety Book (Black Book)
S-02, Receive/Train Safety Handbook, OSHA Construction Handbook
S-03, Bloodborne Pathogens, Handbook, BBP10H
S-04, Personal Protective Equipment, Video PPE00v & Handbook PPE00H
S-05, First Aid and CPR, Community Programs and Handbook FAD00H
S-06, Excavation Safety, Handbook TRE02H
S-07, Scaffold Safety, Handbook SCA00H
S-08, Fall Protection, Handbook CST28H
S-09, Arc Welding, NCC Safety Book
S-10, Pre-Trip Inspection, Vista Video on Pre-Tri Inspection
S-11, CDL Training & License, Driver’s License Manual for CDL
S-12, Fire Protection, Handbook FIR00H
S-13, High Voltage Safety, Video ELE04V & Handbook ELE05H
S-14, Electrical Grounding, Video ELE06V
S-15, MSDS Safety, Handbook MSD00H/GHS Standard SDS
S-16, Confined Space Entry, Video CST04V & Handbook CSE02H
S-17, Lockout/Tagout Procedures, Video CST02V & Handbook LOT04H
S-18, Aerial Platforms, Video CST17V (boomlift) & CST17H
S-19, Forklift Safety, Video CST29V & Handbook CST29H
S-20, Crane Inspection, Video CRA03V & Inspection Report
S-21, Crane Safety, Video CRA01V, P& H Crane, Safety Manual
S-22, Rigging, Vista Video on Rigging
S-23, Substance Abuse, Handbook DFW00H

1. Disc 1: Confined Space-Identifying Confined Spaces in Construction
1a. Quiz: Identifying Confined Spaces
2. Disc 1: PPE Safety
2a. Quiz: PPE Safety
3 Disc 1: Chemical Hazards Globally Harmonized System (GHS)
3a Quiz: Chemical Hazards
4 Disc 1: Portable Fire Extinguishers-Understanding their Use and Limitations
4a Quiz: Portable Fire Extinguishers
5 Disc 1: Hot Work-Welding, Cutting and Hot Work Safety
5a Quiz: Welding, Cutting and Hot Work Safety
6 Disc 2: LOTO-HV Equipment
6a Quiz: LOTO HV-Equipment
7 Disc 2: LOTO- Construction Equipment
7a Quiz: NONE8 Disc 2: Know the Hazards
8a Quiz: NONE
9 Disc 3: Electrical Safety
9a Quiz: Electrical Safety-Beware of the Bite!
10 Disc 3: Excavations & Trenching
10a Quiz: Excavations & Trenching
11 Disc 3: Rigging and Lifting
11a Quiz: NONE
12 Disc 3: SDS
12a Quiz: SDS
13 Disc 4: Boom Lift Safety
13a Quiz: NONE
14 Disc 4: Crane Lift Inspections
15 Disc 4: Forklift Safety
15a Quiz: Construction Forklifts
16 Disc 4: Scissor Lift Safety
16a Quiz: NONE
17 Disc 5: Substations & Switchyards
17a Quiz: Substations & Switchyards
18 Pamphlet: Bloodborne Pathogens
19 Pamphlet: Drug-Free Workplace
20 Pamphlet: Fall Protection
21 Pamphlet: Scaffold Safety