NB Harty

201 N. Catalpa

Dexter, MO 63841

8:00 - 5:00

Monday to Friday

On Call 24/7

573-624-4645

info@nbharty.com

201 N. Catalpa

Dexter, MO 63841

8:00 - 5:00

Monday to Friday

573-624-4645

info@nbharty.com

201 N. Catalpa

Dexter, MO 63841

8:00 - 5:00

Monday to Friday

573-624-4645

info@nbharty.com

Safety

Explosive clinker removal must be done safely and responsibly. N.B. Harty has an EMR 0.81.

Using Supply Chain Leader AwardClick to enlarge Fossill Entergy 2003 Supplier Conference Award for having no accidents, showing professionalism and demonstrating high quality standards in extremely hazardous work environment. explosives to remove "Greyhound-bus-size" clinkers is risky business. Extensive damage has been done to boiler refractory, tube bundles, even nearby plant buildings, when explosive deslagging was improperly performed. One Texas utility, for example, reportedly spent $5-million rebuilding an entire boiler when the efforts of a new, lower priced contractor went awry.

Here at N.B. Harty General Contractor Inc., we are a "Safety First" company with a policy to know and use every reasonable precaution to ensure the safety of life and property. We carry $10,000,000 in explosive insurance, making us one of the few companies in the world with this level of protection for our clients. Our staff of supervisors have a combined total of over 175 years of experience with our company. We anticipate continued growth and will strive to maintain continued safety.


Wilbur Shidler - Safety Director

Fossill Entergy 2003 Supplier Conference Award for having no accidents, showing professionalism and demonstrating high quality standards in extremely hazardous work environment.

BACKGROUND CLEARANCE
All pre-employees must fill out employee possessor questionnaires. The Questionnaires are sent in to West Virginia National Licensing Center. The U.S. Department of Justice will then send N.B. Harty General Contractors, Inc. a letter stating NOTICE OF CLEARANCE. If the individual is denied then the Department will send a denial letter, and the individual will not be able to work for N.B. Harty.

DRUG TESTING
All pre-employees must have drug screening before they are hired at N.B. Harty General Contractors, Inc. Our company is enrolled and certified with Ferguson Medical Group to generate random selection for alcohol and/or drug testing. Our employees are also drug tested every 90 days.

TRAINING
Supervisors and Specialist at N.B. Harty General Contractors, Inc. have successfully completed the requirements as certified blasters in all states where blasting is performed. Our employees have completed explosive and safety courses. It is mandatory that our employees are given this training by an accredited blasting specialist firms such as MSHA, OSHA, ETI and EESI. Our employee training is an ongoing process to maintain the license that we hold throughout the United States; which at this time we hold in Arkansas, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin, and W. Virginia.

We are federal and states licensed and comply with all state and local laws and codes. Our vast knowledge and expertise assures you of the best safest service available. Contact us for more information.

 

Johnson Appointed to State Blasting Safety Board

David Johnson, N.B. Harty's Job Superintendent and long-time employee, was named by Governor Matt Blunt to the State Department of Safety, a division of Fire Safety, to the Missouri Blasting Safety Board. Responsibilities of the board include advising the state fire marshal in the development of application and registration forms, training and examination and setting fees for the filing of required applications, registration and reports; approve or disapprove any examination for licensing of blasters; hold hearings and make decision on appeals; approve or disapprove any rule proposed by the Division of Fire Safety and to advise or assist the division in any other matter regarding administration or enforcement of the Blasting Safety Act which became law on August 28, 2007. Procedures for investigating blasting complaints also falls under the jurisdiction of the Blasting Safety Board.

Johnson holds blaster licenses or user permits in 19 states and completed training in occupational safety and health administration. His appointment, which was subject to Missouri Senate confirmation, is for a six-year term which ends in 2014.

Daivd Johnson & N.B. Harty
Mr. Harty congratulates David Johnson on his appointment by Gov. Blunt to the Missouri State Blasting Safety Board.

What Our Clients Say

JMarsal M., Exeter Energy Project, Connecticut

"Unlike other companies in the same line of work, your crew cleared the entire gas lane in each of the boilers and the performance of the plant responded accordingly. What is especially noteworthy, is that I had arranged a vacuum truck to clean up the material removed, but all that was left was powder that is easily handled by the system and the vacuum crew was not needed. Because of their fine work, we have established normal draft in each of these units. Your men were on time and professional throughout the job and everyone knows your line of work is far less than easy. Please pass on a JOB WELL DONE from me."

Clarence B, Grand River Dam

"Sometimes in our busy world during an outage, while trying to get everything repaired and get the unit back on line, we tend to forget those who came in and helped us accomplish these tasks. So, now that the outage is over and the unit is running, I am trying to thank all those who assisted us here at GRDA with the boiler blasting and cleaning. "The two crews that were here did the work in a very professional manner and were very cooperative with me on working with our schedules. It is always a please to work with this type people."

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