Our Commitment to a Safe and Healthy Work Environment

At Mustang Contracting we take our responsibility to our employees very seriously. We ensure that training in all aspects of our business, is a priority by everyone on our management team. Both subcontractors and employees participate in ongoing training and apply industry recognized safety procedures on every job site and in every situation.

Our staff recognizes each site brings new safety challenges which have to be addressed via their daily safety meeting and/or may be addressed by a site orientation seminar. They realize that the site safety program takes precedent over our program.

Understanding that conditions on every job site can vary, we make it a priority to engage everyone that works for Mustang Contracting. Our long record of promoting and reinforcing safety training practices has served us well for many years. We are confident that by instilling a sense of responsibility and commitment to a safe workplace throughout our team, your project is in safe hands. Every time.


Our number one priority is the health and safety of our people, clients, and the community.

Mustang Contracting is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation as it evolves and updating our operating procedures regularly to ensure the safety of our people and business continuity.

 We are working to ensure a safe work environment for all and following local and national government protocols as posted, as well as Mustang Contracting’s site specific protocols. This includes strict compliance with government orders related to essential and non-essential services.

Mustang Contracting is committed to ensuring the continuity of our businesses which has been deemed an essential service.  We are communicating frequently with our employees to ensure the safest possible environment for all stakeholders. Mustang Contracting has implemented enhanced safety bulletins and briefings, implemented health screening measures and updated self-isolation requirements based on new guidelines by health authorities. We have also changed our work methods to follow physical distancing guidelines, heightened personal hygiene practices and increased cleaning activities at all sites and offices.

The situation around COVID-19 remains very dynamic and we continue to remind employees and sub-contractors to take all the precautions they can by following public health protocols.

We are working continuously to adapt and share new recommendations as COVID-19 information continues to evolve.

We are committed to providing our teams with the safest working environment possible.

EACH DAY Employees are asked to complete the following screening questionnaire:


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  1. Have you been advised by the public health authority or your family physician to self-monitor or self- isolate in the last 14 days?
  1. Do you have any of the following symptoms in the last 14 days:
    • Fever
    • Cough
    • Sore throat
    • Difficulty breathing
    • Pneumonia


  1. Have you just returned from outside of Canada within the last 14 days?


  1. Were you on a cruise ship within the last 14 days?


  1. Have you been in close contact with a person who has been confirmed with coronavirus (COVID-19) (family or friend that you live with) in the last 14 days?


If any of the above questions is a YES  –     DO NOT ENTER,

CALL YOUR SUPERVISOR AND book a Covid -19 test.

After you have received a negative confirmation you may return to work.

If you received a POSITIVE result you will need to self-isolate and follow all Provincial Health Office guidelines for returning to work.

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If anyone onsite develops flu like symptoms, they must immediately leave and self-isolate and immediately contact your supervisor by phone and seek medical guidance and a Covid-19 test.

At all times while performing any work at a jobsite, in a service vehicle or at a customer’s location ALL staff must maintain 2 metres (6 feet) apart from any other persons.

If this cannot be maintained a risk management protocol must be established and followed.

Everyone onsite needs to know where soap and water is available or hand sanitizer.  Thorough and frequent hand washing is required.

All sites and vans have been provided with hand sanitizer.

Masks are available and should be used.

Safety glasses are available and should be used

Do not share tools.  Disinfectant wipes have been provided and tools should be wiped down if sharing is necessary

Proper personal protection equipment, (boots, gloves, hard hats, and  vests) are required at all times on all job sites.

Eye and breathing protection is required when grinding, drilling etc.


With over 50 years of experience we can help you with all of your electrical installation needs.

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