Since 2001, Kurt has directed all aspects of Staff Electric’s comprehensive risk management program. As Director of Health, Safety, and Risk Management, Kurt manages Staff Electric’s risks on the highest level – through risk financing, statistical and trend analysis, accident investigation, and claims management. Moreover, on a day-to-day basis, he identifies and controls hazards and conducts site-specific training, and safety audits. For all risk management concerns, Kurt is the chief liaison between Staff Electric and the owner and general contractor.
As the employer of one of the largest electrician crews in Wisconsin, safety is an extremely important concern. We developed and maintain an OSHA compliant safety program and are fully committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace for all of our employees. To accomplish this objective, we employ a Director of Health, Safety, and Risk Management who is responsible for coordinating job site evaluations, developing OSHA compliance programs, and conducting training for management and employees. In addition, we have instituted a formal accident investigation policy and a return to work program.
Lynn Anderson, Site Safety/Health Manager
With over 21 years of experience, safety is a number one priority for Lynn. She believes in establishing a safe environment in order to promote a profitable, sustainable, and enjoyable work place. Not only does she spend numerous hours on job sites encouraging safe practices, but she also spends her free time as an instructor for the JATC teaching OSHA 30 and NFPA 70E courses for those continuing their education.
Cory Steinhaus, Site Safety/Health Manager
After having worked as a Data Technician and Journeyman Electrician for a number of years, Cory has focused his efforts over the past decade towards providing a greater understanding of safety standards as well as how to implement them into the job site or workplace. Cory also uses a “hands-on” approach in order to build and maintain a strong safety culture. Cory ensures that safe mindsets are created and then allowed to persist by teaching a select number of safety training classes at Staff Electric.