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Precision Code of Conduct

Our code of conduct is followed by all employees of Precision.

Obligation to Safety
  • All Precision employees receive and sign a receipt for the Safety and Procedure Handbook and must adhere to the rules on a job site at all times.
  • Weekly site and safety meetings are mandatory. Employees are required to read, understand, sign and comply with Precision’s safety protocol and have a written copy of this protocol with them.
  • Approved hard hats and footwear must be worn on commercial construction job sites. Soft-soled, no-scuff shoes are required to be worn when working inside a house.
  • If you see, smell or hear something that appears unsafe, immediately report it to the supervisor.
Obligation to Customers and Public
  • To provide painting and decorating services in a professional businesslike manner with both craftsmanship and up-to-date techniques.
  • To protect, preserve and decorate homes, edifices, facilities and all other public and private property with the most progressive and efficient means and materials.
  • To maintain regulatory, insurance and licensing requirements in the areas we conduct business.
  • To conduct our business operations according to the highest professional and industry standards.
  • To provide innovative solutions which enhance value.
  • To faithfully fulfill all contracts.
  • To expand our knowledge through the constant study of best business practices and utilization of the latest technical advances in our profession and industry.
  • To conduct oneself in a professional manner at all times.
  • To follow federal, state, and local tax laws and regulations.
  • To adhere to federal, state, and local laws and administrative regulations regarding the use and disposal of paints, coatings, and related materials.
Obligation to Our Employees
  • To provide opportunities for training, employment, career advancement and economic security in a progressive manner to all those who would apply themselves.
  • To provide a safe working environment by establishing good safety practices in compliance with federal, state, and local laws and administrative regulations.
  • To follow federal, state, and local employment laws and regulations.