Joseph Jingoli & Son, Inc. maintains the highest commitment to safety and health. Our policies and procedures are proven work practices that can reduce and keep at minimum lost time, pain, and suffering due to accidents and injuries.
Establishment and maintenance of a safe work environment is the shared responsibility of the employer and employees. We provide a safe and healthful work environment and strive to maintain compliance with Federal, State, and Local Safety and Health regulations.
Please feel free to contact our Safety Department for additional information: firstname.lastname@example.org
"EMR" Experience Modification Rate
In The Community
One of our core principles at Joseph Jingoli & Son, Inc. is our commitment to enriching the economic stability of the communities where we work. We don't just begin a project; we become part of a community.
We believe this is achieved through utilization of community residents, subcontractors, and businesses. We also make considerable efforts to include small, women or minority-owned businesses in our projects. It is not only the intent of our company to say we seek out these entities; we commit ourselves to following through and seeing this vision to fruition.
Our support for training and employment initiatives is coordinated by the JJS Outreach Office, which also:
- Works with subcontractors to hire the diverse local workforce and buy from community suppliers;
- Recruits local companies and minority-owned or women-owned small businesses for work and mentors these subcontractors' bids;
- Monitors subcontractors monthly to assure Outreach objectives are met; and
Joseph Jingoli & Son, Inc. is committed to enriching the economic stability of the communities where we work. We work hard to make this vision a reality through the JJS Outreach Program.
Our subcontractors are required to utilize the available local workforce. We require they obtain workers that are not only local, but also who's ethnic or racial origin reflects the nature of the community where the project is located. By using local workers, suppliers and subcontractors, the community's economic stability is increased because the project dollars remain in the community. The participation and direct involvement of the local community promotes a greater overall acceptance of the project and greater cooperation from the local community. This increased cooperation and acceptance can ensure a greater success of the project.
Contractor / Supplier Recruitment
We utilize many different resources to obtain information about potential contractors/suppliers for our projects. The resources consist of state programs, community organizations, community gatherings, local unions, project owners, etc. Their help provides us with information about local, small, minority and women-owned businesses and contractors. By gathering all these resources together, we can generate a large and diversified base of contractors/suppliers to provide the services required for our projects. We distribute information about local suppliers and small companies to our subcontractors. We request that they obtain bids and products from these entities, as their services are required in order to meet established project goals.
We have established a division within our company whose purpose is to ensure that our Outreach Program is successful. Without close attention, programs such as this end up being neglected or dissolved. By providing our program with an ombudsman, we can ensure a high level of success for every business involved.
We require that all subcontractors utilize the available local apprentices. Whenever possible, subcontractors are supplied with lists of available local apprentices. By using the local apprentices on our projects, we create an opportunity for members of the local community to gain working experience and the allocated dollars still remain in the community. The ratio of apprentices to journeyman varies from trade to trade and is largely controlled by the unions. These limits are established to maintain a safe and healthy working environment as well as a beneficial learning experience. We ask that our subcontractors maintain the highest level of inclusion within these standards.
SBE/MBE/WBE Aid & Utilization
Many times local small, women or minority contractors do not have the capabilities to perform such a large quantity of work. This is often a stumbling block for their inclusion in commercial building and also their ability to grow. Joseph Jingoli & Son, Inc. has committed itself to breaking down larger sections of work into smaller components in order to give these subcontractors an opportunity to participate on these projects. This can sometimes create a greater burden on our company's resources, but it is a burden we welcome.
We also provide information to subcontractors about smaller contractors and encourage them to solicit their services as the opportunities present themselves. We help contractors build relationships with the local unions if they have not already done so; this helps them qualify to participate in our projects. Many times these small, women or minority-owned contractors are not familiar with the nuances of commercial construction. Joseph Jingoli & Son, Inc. will assist contractors in the areas of estimating, scheduling, manpower utilization, paperwork processing and any other areas necessary to promoting their success.
Joseph Jingoli & Son, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
We are committed to utilizing qualified Minority Business Enterprises (MBE) and Women-Owned Business Enterprises (WBE). Every effort will be made to recruit, employ and subcontract these businesses to increase visibility and improve economic viability.