Safety First


Warehouse Group Our vision is to create a company where living safely is part of the fiber of everyone’s being. It’s a place where everyone in the workplace is committed to, and recognizes the possibility of, working without incident or injury. We support that commitment with education, training, management involvement and support, and a company-wide culture of safety.

We share a personal and professional commitment to protecting the safety and health of our employees, vendors, and customers. We conduct ourselves and our business affairs in accordance with the highest ethical standards and in compliance with all applicable OSHA, DOT, and EPA regulations, as well as all federal, state, and local laws. We monitor our safety culture through the use of incident reporting, near miss reporting, safety observations and training, weekly safety meetings, monthly workplace audits and employee participation in a Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Program.

Weld Fittings and ForkliftOur employees are required to participate in the Job Safety Analysis (JSA) Program before a task is performed. This requires the employee to take a step back to look at the job and take all necessary precautions to mitigate any hazardous work conditions. When all hazards have been identified and mitigated or reduced to an acceptable level, the task may be completed. If the hazards cannot be removed, the task will not continue until it is safe to do so. All City Pipe & Supply employees have the right and authority to stop any work they believe jeopardizes the safety of people, property or the environment. As an added measure, our employees are strongly encouraged to report their concerns directly to the Safety Director via email, by phone or in person.


City Pipe & Supply employees receive CPR/First Aid, BBP, forklift safety, warehouse safety, DOT, and H2S training. This training is conducted in new hire orientation and annual refresher training. City Pipe ensures that all of our employees are given customer site-specific training prior to arriving at a customer’s worksite. All City Pipe employees must pass a new hire drug screen and are subject to quarterly random drug testing.

The belief that great results can be achieved by building strong relationships and a positive team spirit is the focus of our culture. This culture improves the workplace by creating an environment that is personally fulfilling for our employees because everyone is treated with dignity and respect. Our employees watch out for each other and value doing things safely because it is the right thing to do.


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