Safety

ColorWorks Painting National Safety Pinnacle Award

Six Time National ABC Safety Award Winner

Working in a safe environment is always the first order of business at Color Works. To ensure a safe workplace, we have implemented our best work practices, some of which include a combination of company policies, safety meetings, OSHA training and all the safety certifications on special equipment and machine operations.

 

Michael D. Bellaman, ABC president and CEO, said, “Color Works Painting has truly shown a dedication to becoming one of the leaders for the industry by striving to create the safest work environment possible for its employees.”


Travis Histed accepting the STEP award

Travis Histed accepting the STEP award

Local Safety Recognition

Color Works Painting, Inc. was awarded the Diamond STEP Award for Safety on Thursday, May 5, 2016 at the Chapter Awards Dinner in Newark, Delaware. Established in 1989, the Safety Training and Evaluation Process (STEP) serves as a valuable tool for ABC members to consistently build upon their safety training programs and gain recognition for their outstanding efforts.

The evening also featured the Construction Education Foundation of Delaware scholarship program The scholarship will be awarded to a student who is entering a post-secondary program in a construction related field. This scholarship is for dependents of employees who work for an ABC of Delaware member company or graduating vo-tech students.


Bombay Hook Wildlife Refuge, Kent County, Delaware

Bombay Hook Wildlife Refuge, Kent County, Delaware

Environmentally Responsible

Color Works knows the importance of creating a safe workplace and preserving the environment we depend on. By using low volatile organic compound coatings we practice safe cleaning and disposal methods on our projects. We invest in equipment that can use recycled materials cutting down on waste whenever possible.