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Our team is our most valuable asset

For Emergency Plumbing, strictly adhering to safety requirements is not only a matter of regulatory compliance but also crucial for protecting the health and safety of employees and customers.


Here are key regulations and practices for pipe excavation:


1. **Cave-in Protection**: All excavations 5 feet or deeper be protected against collapse. This can be achieved through sloping, shoring, benching, or the use of trench boxes

. 2. **Safe Access and Egress**:Workers must have safe access and egress to and from excavations, including ladders, steps, ramps, or other safe means of exit for trenches 4 feet or deeper. These access points must be located within 25 feet of all workers.

3. **Inspections**: A competent person must inspect the excavation site daily and as conditions change to ensure the elimination of excavation hazards. 


Our team is our most valuable asset, and their safety is non-negotiable. We strictly adhere to all Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) guidelines and regularly update our practices to align with the latest safety standards. 



**Contact Emergency Plumbing Today:**

Your water heater stopped producing hot water, your water heater is leaking, lavatory or kitchen faucets are leaking, toilet continuously running, garbage disposal not working, drain clogged -  that are all our expertise.

We service local communities in Highland Park, Glencoe, Lake Forest and Lake Bluff, Deerfield, Glenview, Winnetka, Wilmette, Northbrook, Buffalo Grove and Wheeling, Lake Zurich and Barrington.


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