It is one thing to want to provide the very vest service to our many valued clients, but here at A&E Air Conditioning and Heating our greatest asset is our staff, and if we don’t look after them properly, we don’t have a business that can deliver on our promises.
While you might think that paying our staff well and allowing them a good amount of holiday time would be ‘looking after them’, but there is something far more important than that. Their physical wellbeing.
Working on HVAC units comes with more workplace risks than your average job, especially when you consider our engineers work with electricity and gas on a daily basis. “Just be careful” is not sufficient concern, though it should go without saying, nonetheless. However, the best way to look after our staff is to ensure that we are fully up to date with all the directives and advice provided by the Operational Safety and Health Administration and that we implement safety training that all our engineers must undergo.
As a homeowner, the first thing we want to do is assure you that there are minimal dangers associated with HVAC units provided those involve din their maintenance and repair are fully qualified and know what they are doing. That is why we have rigorous training programs and a very stringent Health & Safety policy to protect our engineers against the following risks:
Properly equipped for the HVAC job at hand
Providing staff with appropriate working clothing and the correct tools for the job is a key element to increasing the safety of our staff, including protective goggles and dust masks, etc.
There is no such thing as being too safe, and if you would like to witness at first hand just how professional and safety conscious our engineers are, why not give us a call and book an HVAC maintenance visit.