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It is the policy of G2 Builders LLC to strive for the highest safety standards on each of our projects. Safety does not occur by chance. It is the result of careful attention to all company operations by those who are directly and indirectly involved.
Employees at all levels must work diligently to execute the company’s policy of maintaining safety and occupational health. Regard for the safety of the general public, our own employees and the employees of our subcontractors is a supreme responsibility in all levels of our organization.
At G2 Builders, no job is so important that we cannot take time to ensure safe working conditions. We believe that all accidents and occupational illnesses are preventable and must be prevented at each worksite. Prevention of injury and illness is a goal well-worth achieving. At G2, we believe safety performance and production go hand in hand. Our goal is to work toward completing quality projects on schedule, within estimated cost, and without incurring serious accidents or injuries.
G2 Builders LLC is committed to being an ethical and responsible member of the business communities and has a long reputation for honesty and integrity in business dealings and lawful and ethical behavior.
In order to maintain our commitment to integrity, we have established a Code of Ethics and Compliance Program. The purpose of the Code of Ethics and Compliance (“the Code” or “this Code”) is intended to ensure that all of its employees abide by the Code and to follow in dealings of G2 Builders and all its related business entities with the Government, the general public, customers, suppliers, vendors and employees, and to outline the requirements of its Ethics an Compliance Program (“the Program”).
All officers, managers and supervisors are responsible for making this Code known and regularly stressing its importance to employees over whom they have supervision and, where applicable, to subcontractors to the extent of applicability.
As an employee, you are expected to read both the Code and the Program and to certify your commitment to complying fully. No employee may take an action, on behalf of G2 Builders that the employee knows or reasonably should know, would violate any law or regulation.
This Code provides guidelines of business practice, for both professional and personal conduct; all company employees are obligated and expected to adopt and uphold and to immediately report any violation or apparent violation of this Code or the Program. Employees may report violations to G2 Builders CEO, or to a G2 Builders supervisor.
Statement of Policy:
It is G2 Builders policy to maintain the highest ethical standards and comply with all applicable laws and regulations of the United States, federal, state and local where HBCC transacts business. We believe that adherence to this policy will ensure our continued success and in order to maintain our commitment to integrity, we have established this Code of Ethical Conduct.
As an employee, you are expected to read both the Code and the Program and fully comply with them. Integrity is your personal responsibility. An employee who becomes aware of any unethical or illegal act of the company or any of its employees must report that violation immediately to the CEO, Project Manager, or the Corporate Ethics Officer.
All employees must comply with this Code of Conduct. Any officer, manager, supervisor or employee violating this Code is subject to discipline, which may include discharge.
Employees in management positions are personally accountable for their own conduct and the conduct of those reporting to them. Each manager is expected to inform those reporting to him or her about the Code of Conduct and make certain compliance is maintained with this Code.
All employees have a duty to report all suspected violations of the Code or other unethical behavior by anyone, whether it be officer, managers, supervisors, employees, prime contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, vendors, customers to the Corporate Ethics Officer. No employee has the authority to direct, participate in, approve, or tolerate any violation of the Code. Any employee who has questions about this Code should consult with an executive officer at G2 Builders.
G2 Builders will not discriminate against any individual because of race, color, religion, sex, National origin, age, physical or mental handicap and disabled veterans or veterans of the Vietnam Era. Further, it is the policy of G2 Builders to take affirmative action in the employment of such qualified applicants and that during employment, employees are treated without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, physical or mental handicap or veteran of the Vietnam Era. Employees or applicants are protected from coercion, intimidation, interference or discrimination for filing a complaint or assisting in an investigation under the Acts covering these individuals.
Drug and Alcohol Policy:
G2 Builders has adopted the following rules that will be followed by all employees. Any illegal use, sale, and/or possession of narcotics, drugs or controlled substances or drug paraphernalia while on G2 Builders jobsites or premises will be grounds for immediate termination. Any illegal substance found will be turned over to the appropriate law enforcement agency.
- Off-the-job illegal drug use, which could adversely affect an employee’s job performance or their safety or the safety of other employees, the general public or equipment will be considered cause for disciplinary action up to and including termination.
- Employees who are arrested and convicted of off-the-job drug activity will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination.
- The term “illegal drug” as used in this policy refers to any substance defined as illegal under federal, state or local laws or any substance required by law to be prescribed by an authorized medical practitioner
Standard Operating Procedures:
Our standard operating procedures require payment of your invoices within 30 days of the date of the invoice.
If you have any question concerning our Purchase Order Numbers, please contact Lorraine Garcia at 630-289-7304, also by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each invoice is paid separately, so there is no need to mail us a statement. Occasionally an invoice will get lost or be delayed in getting from the jobsite to the office. If you notice an invoice significantly older than 30 days, please let us know about it and we will try to track it down.
If our standard terms are acceptable to you, there is no need for you to do anything further, other than to continue your good service to our employees. If our terms are not acceptable, please contact us so that we can work out mutually acceptable terms.
General Site Maintenance:
- Know and obey all signed restrictions on-site
- Access sites only through approved roads
- Stay within approved work limits
- Conduct good housekeeping at all work locations (e.g., do not litter)
- No open burning. Prevent and report all fires
- Smoke only in designated areas
- Protection of Sensitive Resources
- Work only within approved site limits and maintain buffers along designated sensitive areas
- If bird nests are present onsite, work can only be performed in accordance with permit conditions
- Do not store hazardous materials (e.g., fuels, paints, solvents), park heavy equipment, or stockpile soil and construction materials near or within wetlands and streams
- Do not drain water into or out of wetlands or stream channels; and
- Do not refuel equipment and vehicles within 100 feet of a stream channel or wetland
- Erosion Control
- Assess site conditions and erosion control requirements prior to starting work
- Install and maintain all necessary erosion/sediment control measures while working in area
- Report non-functioning erosion control measures as soon as possible.
- Unanticipated Discoveries
- Stop work immediately if archeological artifacts, contaminated soils, containers, pipes, tanks, etc. are discovered/uncovered
- Do not remove, stockpile, or otherwise further disturb archeological artifacts or potentially contaminated materials; and
- Immediately notify your supervisor and wait for specific instructions prior to proceeding with work activities in the area.
- Hazardous Material/Waste Handling
- Know the hazards associated with common hazardous substances prior to using them
- Common hazardous materials include fuel oil, lubricants (oils), antifreeze, paints, solvents, grouting compounds, acids, and caustics
- Always keep containers closed when not in use to minimize spilling and contamination of usable product
- Never dispose of containers in dumpsters unless containers are empty
- Talk to supervisor about proper disposal methods prior to generating waste
- Take responsibility for confirming that waste is moved to appropriate temporary storage area(s)
- Spills Prevention and Response
- Store hazardous materials (e.g., fuel, hydraulic and lubricating oils, paints, solvents) only in approved containers with tight fitting lids
- Do not leave metal containers in direct contact with ground for extended periods (e.g., raise off ground on wood and/or underlay with plastic tarp)
- Report all spills to your supervisor
- Immediately prevent further spillage and contain a spill, if it can be done safely