Safety First: PMD Maintains Regular Inspections, Institutes Coronavirus Prevention Measures

Jun 5, 2020

Plastic Molding Development safety measures include regular cleaning and inspection of the Sterling Heights building, as well as instituting coronavirus disease prevention guidelines.

Ensuring customer safety here at Plastic Molding Development is our highest priority, and our customers can tell. Time and time again, they say that they appreciate the reliable, safe, and secure equipment, and that’s what keeps them coming back.

We take our responsibility seriously, and as such we are following various safety measures for coronavirus disease prevention as well as completing everyday maintenance of our building and equipment.

COVID-19 Prevention Measures

PMD is following all required guidelines in relation to COVID-19 disease prevention. Visitors and employees must:

  • Complete a questionnaire that identifies if they may have been exposed to the coronavirus.
  • Use a face mask.
  • Have their temperature taken.
  • Adhere to social distancing guidelines in the shop and the lounges.

We also clean the shop and surface areas throughout the day, and our cleaning service pays special attention to regularly used hard surfaces such as doorknobs and light switches.

Everyday Safety Practices at PMD

We aim to keep the shop floor, equipment, and lounge areas clean and safe every day. It’s imperative that we maintain a clean shop for slip and injury prevention, as well as to ensure greater efficiency and service.

Our employees also use proper safety equipment and follow standards when operating machinery. Standards include using hardhats and goggles anytime they load and unload tools with the overhead cranes, as well as using all required safety equipment when they’re running their presses.

All of our employees are properly trained on how to use the overhead cranes.

The safety and performance of the cranes’ chains, load hooks, and electrical and mechanical components are periodically inspected by Mt. Clemens Crane as well. Completed and documented inspections are required to satisfy Occupational Safety and Health Administration standards. The inspections also allow us to take a proactive approach to crane maintenance.

Our maintenance engineer also maintains all of our presses to make sure they’re in proper working condition.

Our goal is to make sure our customers can complete their projects efficiently and in a safe environment, and we do all we can to make that happen.

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