Safety 1st

Many contractors talk about safety. At KEP Electrical Services we do something about it. From weekly “toolbox talks” by supervisors and foremen, to job-site inspections by our safety director, our safety program is stringent – and it’s effective. Our lost time accidents and recordable are among the lowest in the business.
We’re dedicated to training to keep up with changing technologies, codes and regulations. All of our supervisors have attended an OSHA 3D-hour course as part of our training. Our journeymen attend upgrade classes and extensive supervisory training.


Our steadfast dedication to people is equally matched with our dedication to safety.
We believe nothing is more important than the safety of our employees and our worksites. That’s why we implement rigorous and extensive safety training for all of our employees, while continually assessing our safety performance against our peers and industry best practices and promoting ongoing improvement.
We are committed to promoting safe environments for our employees, jobsites and our communities.


Our ranking as one of the nation’s largest specialty contractors is due to the unwavering commitment to safety built directly into our organizational structure. Our safety goals are simple: no injuries and no time lost due to accidents. From the careful screening and on-boarding of employees, to institutionalized and continuous training, to rigorous ongoing safety programs and safety updates on every project, safety is always the top priority at IES Residential.

What does training mean to KEP Electrical Services?

To us it means skilled personnel ready to respond immediately. We appreciate the cost of downtime and give you solutions, not excuses.
When our employees step onto your job site, they are proven and prepared. We understand that “your project is our reputation.”
Our personnel policy and progressive benefit programs are structured to reward and retain people who demonstrate safety, initiative, ambition and enthusiasm.
We provide a package of training, job site management techniques, and employment benefits to ensure that each individual brings safety, skill and initiative to your project.
All field employees have aerial lift training
All personnel are trained on fork/Lull equipment
All field workers have at least 10 hour OSHA
30 hour OSHA Trained