Employees Complete First Aid, CPR Certifications

Employees Complete First Aid, CPR Certifications

Safety in the workplace is at the forefront of everything we do at Comer Construction. And as a leading Maryland minority construction company, we’ve made it our top priority to ensure our employees are trained and certified in several critical areas of safety. Over the past several weeks, 36 Comer Construction employees completed a full-day First Aid and CPR Certification course offered in partnership with the National Safety Council and the Maryland Center for Environmental Training (MCET).

Comer Construction hosted three separate opportunities for employees to learn these life-saving skills during the full-day course held on Saturdays. All Supervisors are required to attend and become certified in both First Aid and CPR. Senior Leadership, along with many other employees, also received their two-year certification in both areas.

The CPR and First Aid Certifications are designed to train staff on how to react with confidence in emergency situations. Staff members worked with a manikin to practice one-rescuer CPR and rescue breathing techniques for choking. In addition, participants were trained on how to assess the scene of an emergency, establish the condition of a victim, infection control, and the latest guidelines for CPR and emergency cardiac care.

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COMER CONSTRUCTION ADDS UTILITY TRUCKS AND DUMP TRUCKS TO FLEET

Comer Construction recently added six new trucks to its growing fleet. Three of the six trucks are factory ordered 2019 Chevrolet 3500 Crew Cab, Utility Body Trucks used to transport small work tools, materials and employees to and from job sites. The remaining three trucks are 2019 Mack Tri Axle Dump Trucks utilized for hauling materials, dirt, mulch and top soil to and from job sites.

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Career Open House Scheduled for Saturday, May 11

Career Open House Scheduled for Saturday, May 11

Career Open House

Saturday, May 11
8:00 a.m. to Noon

2100 Slade Lane
Forest Hill, MD 21050

Join us for our Career Open House on Saturday, May 11 from 8:00am to Noon. Apply and interview on-site for any of our open positions, talk with employees and check out what it’s like to work with one of the most trusted site construction companies in the Baltimore Region. We are hiring experienced Equipment Operators, Foremen and Pipelayers to join our growing team with opportunities for advancement for a promising career in construction. Refreshments and snacks will be served. Learn more by visiting our Careers Page.

Questions? Give us a call at 410-879-6094.

New Trucks Added to Fleet

New Trucks Added to Fleet

Comer Construction recently added six new trucks to its growing fleet. Three of the six trucks are factory ordered 2019 Chevrolet 3500 Crew Cab, Utility Body Trucks used to transport small work tools, materials and employees to and from job sites. The remaining three trucks are 2019 Mack Tri Axle Dump Trucks utilized for hauling materials, dirt, mulch and top soil to and from job sites.

Comer Construction Partners with 98 Rock

Susie Comer, President & Treasurer, Comer Construction; Justin Schlegel, DJ with 98 Rock; and Leona Comer-Hill, Vice President & Secretary, Comer Construction

Here we go! Comer Construction is HIRING and we’ve partnered with Justin Schlegel of the Justin, Scott & Spiegel Morning Show on 98 Rock to help us get the word out! Starting Tuesday, April 2, tune to 98 Rock Baltimore (97.9 FM) between 5:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. to hear Justin share about our hiring opportunities. Want to know more now?! We’re hiring experienced Foreman, Equipment Operators and Pipelayers to join our growing team. Visit ComerConstruction.com/Careers to apply and for details.

To stream 98Rock live on your computer, click here.

COMER CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYEES COMPLETE ANNUAL SAFETY TRAINING

 

 

 

Comer Construction employees recently completed the Mine Safety and Health Administration’s (MSHA) Part 46 Safety Training Program held at the Harford County Office of Economic Development in Havre de Grace, Md. Employees, mainly from our Grading and Mechanic Teams, participated in the federally-required, eight-hour refresher training conducted by the Maryland Center for Environment and Training. Sam Scribe of Alpha Safety USA led the Part 46 Safety Training Program that covers the Aggregate Industry, including granite, sand, gravel, lime and cement operations.