The Safest Company In The Industry Since 1984
We can't guarantee that we will be the lowest bidder, but we can guarantee we will continue to be the safest company in the industry.
Considering the extreme dangers imposed on high rise workers, safety is the single most important asset to both our success and your success. Aside from the obvious, where we don't want to see anyone hurt or killed, there is also a liability issue. The maximum fine that can be imposed in Ontario is $1,000,000.00 and 2 years in prison.
So who gets the fine?
Nobody is immune. This fine can be imposed on the worker, the supervisor, the contractor, the building manager, and the building ownerS. I certainly DO NOT want to share a jail cell with my client. This is why safety is paramount to both of our success.
After 37 years, we take great pride in our Perfect Safety Record.
Skyline started operating on July 10th, 1984. It was a different time back then. Safety was not on the minds of clients, contractors and even the government. We recognized this lack of safety and safety enforcement early on. Where everyone was rushing to put in the lowest bid, we stayed the course and held our prices higher to maintain our own safety. The struggle was enormous and the sacrifices were many, but we persevered.
Times have changed and the high rise industry is much safer now. But let's not forget, this type of work still remains extremely dangerous. We have a saying in the business, "With any job you can make a mistake. The only difference between your job and mine is that you live to make another one. We don't."
NOW! The moment we get the call from you is the same moment we implement our safety program to ensure our continued perfect safety record.
Most clients don't realize how much work goes into keeping both you and us safe. From the moment we get your call to the moment we show up, here's what happens behind the scenes:
From this list, you can see that a lot of work goes into our safety program. But it doesn't stop there. Our safety program continues throughout our work.
Safety can be broken down into categories or key components.
We take safety SERIOUSLY. We even put it in our phone number: