DSCF0613Our DELTA Nooter management safety commitment shows on every project and is reflected in the performance of every task. Few companies have a safety record as strong and consistent as that of the Nooter family of companies.

The cornerstone of our safety program is management commitment and we would not be as successful as we are without it. Our safety records are proof of that commitment and success.

A management foundation principal is that our safe job is a productive job. As such, our safety management philosophy is woven into every phase of the business, from the initial bid process, to the pre-job planning, and finally, to our execution in the field.

Management reinforces with all personnel that safety, not production, is the most important aspect of the job. This message is extended into the field to superintendents, site foremen and to each craftsman.

Our safety staff ensures compliance to the rules, but more importantly, continues its mission of safety education and training for our work force. This is accomplished by monitoring jobsites, recognizing potential hazards, and working with our employees to establish safe work practices that will ensure a safe worksite today and into the future.

Our track record speaks to our commitment to safety.

Safety Training

safety training classroomThe onboarding and orientation of every DELTA Nooter, Inc. employee begins with a comprehensive and behavioral based system of training modules contained in our OHSAS program. Our priority is to promote having a safe and healthy jobsite, have safe work practices, have the best equipment and tools, prevention of injuries, and to protect customers’ property, the environment and all personnel.






The orientation and training consists of these following modules:

  • Responsibilities
  • General safety rules
  • Substance abuse
  • HazCom
  • PPE
  • Fall protection
  • Respiratory protection
  • Vehicle operation safety
  • Lockout tagout LOTO
  • Confined space entry
  • Task safety assessment
  • Scaffold, ladder and stairway
  • Fire protection
  • Heat/cold stress
  • Blood borne pathogens
  • Asbestos awareness
  • Carbon monoxide awareness
  • Lead awareness
  • Hydrogen sulfide awareness
  • Inorganic arsenic awareness

Specialized training

  • Hexavalent chromium awareness
  • Aerial lift
  • Fork lift
  • Respiratory fit testing/medical qualification
  • Heat exchanger extraction bundle handling procedures
  • High pressure waterjet hydroblasting

Safety Data

Never being complacent, DELTA Nooter, Inc. is committed to maintaining and continuously improving safe jobsites as demonstrated by our low and diminishing EMR rates that are reported to us each year by AON Risk Services Centra, Inc. We strive to be better every year.

  • As of November 30, 2007 = EMR .59
  • As of November 30, 2008 = EMR .60
  • As of November 30, 2009 = EMR .61
  • As of November 30, 2010 = EMR .60
  • As of November 30, 2011 = EMR .53
  • As of November 30, 2012 = EMR .48
  • As of November 30, 2013 = EMR .42
  • As of November 30, 2014 = EMR .37


2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 recipient of the TAUC Thomas J. Reynolds Award (Category IV) For Excellence In Construction Safety And Health.

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