Power Tool Saftey
MDF's craftsmen rely on power tools for work each day, whether they are power washing technicians, painters, or part of the carpentry team. During our hiring process, we carefully vet candidates to make sure experienced crew leaders are in charge. Other employees have accreditations in OSHA safety standards to ensure each home painting project is a safe job site as well. These are the basic safety rules our painters, carpenters, and technicians use each day.
- Know your tools. Each crew has their personal equipment they bring to the job. They adhere to the operator's manual carefully.
- Unless a tool is double insulated, each tool our employees use is grounded. Everything is appropriately guarded and unplugged when not in use.
- MDF employees are noted for being clean by our customers. It's the best way to keep a job site safe.
- MDF crews don't work when it is dark or wet. Neither do their tools.
- Our employees can always be found wearing work uniforms with the appropriate personal protective gear. You'll see them wearing coveralls during power washing and headgear during carpentry.
- When carrying tools, MDF workers carry the equipment properly and do not turn on anything until the work area is set up, to prevent accidents.
MDF always has safety in mind! We provide clean and quality paint jobs, leaving you with nothing to worry about!