At General Heating and Air Conditioning, we view safety as our highest priority.
This commitment extends to our employees, subcontractors,
customers, and community.
By working safely and by modeling best practices, we create and sustain a working environment that is accident-free and builds trust and confidence. When it comes to safety, we continually improve our processes, demonstrate leadership, and above all else, promote a culture surrounding safe work performance. We require individual accountability, expect all employees to adhere to our safety standards, and actively participate in and support the advancement of our health and safety practice.
Safety responsibility begins with top management and flows to each individual craft worker. Safety, without exception, is part of how we do business. We expect safe work performance through leadership, training and education, and management commitment. Our employees are provided the tools, training, and guidance to complete their tasks without incident or injury. They are given individual authority to ensure every job task is completed
within acceptable safe work practices.
Everyone is responsible for achieving zero accidents resulting in a SAFE day,
a SAFE tomorrow, a SAFE year, and a SAFE career at General Heating and Air Conditioning.
General Heating and Air Conditioning
GHAC Employees Participate in 29th Annual Heat’s On Event
On October 10, General Heating employees volunteered for the 29th annual Heat’s On event, a community endeavor that provides complimentary furnace clean and check services to veterans in Dane County.
GHAC Hosts Annual Golf Outing
General Heating and Air Conditioning had its annual golf outing on Saturday, August 29th at Foxboro Golf Club. The event was a great success and 61 golfers attended. Morale was up and good times were had. This year we raised $1,382 for The Boys & Girls Club of Madison. Congratulations to our winning team, Ryan Meyer, […]
Virtual Tour: General Heating and Air Conditioning
We love our work space, so we wanted to showcase it for you with a few photos. This building was redone in 2009, and it really has become the place we now call home.