At Kimbel, we believe accidents are preventable. Our safety efforts aim to ensure that our people return home safe each day while also collaborating with other contractors and clients to improve our job sites’ safety.

At Kimbel Mechanical, our definition of safety is: “understanding and identifying risk in your task;

then acting to eliminate or reduce that risk to an acceptable level.”

Responsibility for safety belongs to all team members, from the CEO to the new hire. Our team starts with a shared definition of safety.

Safety Committee

The Safety Committee meets monthly to find solutions that improve productivity and safety outcomes. The Safety team  also conducts audits, develops safety training, and serves as a resource to field teams dealing with challenges.

Tool Box Talks

New hires receive safety training during orientation. Training continues with weekly Kimbel Academy lessons, onsite training, and information received from safety bulletins.

Risk Reducation

Our Precon team works with the site team and safety to plan for risk reduction before crews arrive at the site. In addition, our field leaders regularly conduct safety walks to identify hazards so they can be corrected.

Safety is more than not getting hurt. It is about being proactive in identifying hazards and then taking action to control those hazards,

so everyone goes home healthy at the end of the day.