“Safety is our number one priority and we work diligently to maintain a culture where injuries are not accepted as part of doing business. Our dedication to creating a safe and health-minded working environment ensures that you can be proud of how your project is built, start to finish.” – Gary Black, Executive Vice President


The personal health and safety of every US Ceiling employee and others working on the projects we service is of primary importance to us. In addition to having a dedicated site safety coordinator on staff, we partner with an independent safety firm to conduct unannounced inspections on all of our job sites. Each US Ceiling employee has a minimum of their 10-hour OSHA safety training and many have earned their 30-hour OSHA certifications. We also conduct weekly toolbox talks and frequently update our safety information and protocols.

US Ceiling Safety Coordinator Casey Johnson leads a toolbox talk during OSHA’s 2019 National Safety Stand-down Week.

US Ceiling stands down to falls and other workplace hazards.