We believe that only by integrating safety, quality, and productivity can we provide the high-quality services expected of us. Striving for an injury-free environment is a company-wide core value.

Our safety performance consistently remains strong year after year. Our continued focus on good work practices that help reduce the inherent risk in our work environments while striving to prevent unsafe behavior. Our exceptional performance is often achieved by reinforcing good work practices with our effective and ongoing safety campaigns.

At WEW, productivity isn’t about shortcuts – it’s about creating the right conditions for schedules and plans to be completed on time or with time advantage. This includes pre-planning, setup, deploying trained workers with the right tools and equipment, as well as the correct degree of instruction and supervision.

The integration of safety, quality and productivity has successfully helped to reduce injuries and injury costs. This makes us one of the safest and most efficient specialty contractors  – and the right choice for your next commercial construction and facilities services project.

Our Safety Director is Trained and Certified in the following:


30 Hour Construction Safety Certification Training Program is a comprehensive safety program designed for individuals involved in the construction industry; specifically for safety Directors, foremen, and field supervisors.

OSHA 500

This course is designed for those who are interested in teaching OSHA’s 10-hour and 30-hour construction safety and health outreach classes to employees and other interested groups. Special emphasis is placed on those topics that are required in the 10-hour and 30-hour classes as well as on those that are the most hazardous in the construction industry. Participants learn effective instructional approaches, adult learning principles, and training techniques. Participants learn to clearly identify, define, and explain construction industry hazards and acceptable corrective measures as they teach 10-hour and 30-hour construction outreach courses.  This course authorizes the student to become a trainer in the Outreach Program and to conduct both 10-hour and 30-hour construction safety and health courses, and to issue student completion cards to participants.

OSHA 510

This course covers Federal OSHA policies, procedures, and standards, as well as construction safety and health principles. Topics include scope and application of the OSHA construction standards. Special emphasis is placed on those areas that are the most hazardous, using OSHA standards as a guide.  Learn to apply the appropriate Federal OSHA standard that applies to hazards in the construction industry.

Excavation Certified

OSHA Excavations certificate course covers everything you need to know to prevent injuries and damages during excavation and trenching work. These are some of the topics covered in the course:

• Specific OSHA Requirements
• Protective systems selection
• Soil types and testing
• Types of trench collapse
• Sloping and benching
• Aluminum hydraulic and timber shoring
• Alternatives to shoring
• Safe work practices

CPR & First Aid Instructor Certified
Aerial Lift Certified
Silica Training Certified

Safe work procedures where workers are exposed to silica and decrease the risk of exposure. Implementation of the best practices for mitigating dangers of exposer to silica in construction.

Rigging Awareness
Fire Fighter I & II
Confined Space Certified

This certificate authorizes individuals to enter into Non-Permit and Permit required confined spaces.  This certificate is an OSHA and MIOSHA requirement that needs to obtained before any personnel are allowed to enter a confined space.

Our Confined Space Safety Training prepares you to work safely in these tight spaces and reduce the risk of injuries and accidents. The program goes over how a confined space is defined, as well as common examples of confined spaces you might encounter on your construction site. Additionally, the course explains the atmospheric conditions that make confined spaces so hazardous and why they are so dangerous.