Houston
Houston
Beaumont - (68)
Deer Park - (70)
Clute - (71)
CMMS - (66)
Nw Orleans (73)
Sulphur - (74)
Btn Rouge - (75)
Texas City - (77)
Victoria - (79)
Conroe- (92)
Midland - (94)
Corporate - (85)
(713) 748-6100(713) 749-8415 4040 Gulf Freeway Houston, TX 77004
(409) 842-0036 (409) 842-0347 4790 W. Cardinal Dr. Beaumont, TX 77705
(281) 479-6055 (281) 479-7466 718 Georgia Ave. Deer Park, TX 77536
(979) 265-3000 (979) 265-3616 602 Jaco Street Clute, TX 77531
(713) 748-3224 (713) 741-3001 6201 South Loop East Houston, TX 77087
(504) 832-5200 (504) 846-9363 2601 L & A Road, Suite 300 Metairie, LA 70001
(337) 626-0500 (337) 626-0504 2916 E Napoleon St Sulphur, LA 70663
(225) 677-7265 (225) 673-1966 37235 Commerce Ln. Prairieville, LA 70769
(409) 949-4000 (409) 949-4012 223 Main Street La Marque, TX 77568
(361) 485-0642 (361) 485-1208 1210 Sam Houston Dr. Victoria, TX 77901
(936) 337-7115 (866) 789-6896 3705 North Frazier St, Conroe, TX 77303
(432) 253-3648 (866) 670-4052 3909 S. County Rd. 1290 Odessa, TX 79765
(713) 748-6100 (713) 749-8415 1500 City West Blvd, Suite 900 Houston, TX 77042
Houston
Houston
Beaumont - (68)
Deer Park - (70)
Clute - (71)
CMMS - (66)
Nw Orleans (73)
Sulphur - (74)
Btn Rouge - (75)
Texas City - (77)
Victoria - (79)
Conroe- (92)
Midland - (94)
Corporate - (85)
(713) 748-6100(713) 749-8415 4040 Gulf Freeway Houston, TX 77004
(409) 842-0036 (409) 842-0347 4790 W. Cardinal Dr. Beaumont, TX 77705
(281) 479-6055 (281) 479-7466 718 Georgia Ave. Deer Park, TX 77536
(979) 265-3000 (979) 265-3616 602 Jaco Street Clute, TX 77531
(713) 748-3224 (713) 741-3001 6201 South Loop East Houston, TX 77087
(504) 832-5200 (504) 846-9363 2601 L & A Road, Suite 300 Metairie, LA 70001
(337) 626-0500 (337) 626-0504 2916 E Napoleon St Sulphur, LA 70663
(225) 677-7265 (225) 673-1966 37235 Commerce Ln. Prairieville, LA 70769
(409) 949-4000 (409) 949-4012 223 Main Street La Marque, TX 77568
(361) 485-0642 (361) 485-1208 1210 Sam Houston Dr. Victoria, TX 77901
(936) 337-7115 (866) 789-6896 3705 North Frazier St, Conroe, TX 77303
(432) 253-3648 (866) 670-4052 3909 S. County Rd. 1290 Odessa, TX 79765
(713) 748-6100 (713) 749-8415 1500 City West Blvd, Suite 900 Houston, TX 77042

WORKPLACE SAFETY PROGRAM
WORKPLACE SAFETY PROGRAM

Wholesale Electric Supply sustains a strong safety culture where leadership commitment to safety is visible. Employees are motivated, recognized and rewarded for sustaining our safety goal: NOBODY GETS HURT. Safety is viewed as an investment, not a cost. And we share our experiences through Safety Talks, the monthly Safety Bulletin, and the Safety Charter Committee. Continuous improvement and best practice methods are main objectives for our Workplace Safety Program titled “Safety Starts With YOU!” where we subscribe to online learning management systems such as NAED Training, and risk management software to implement incident investigations, hazard identification and prevention, and record keeping.

Employees feel comfortable reporting safety concerns, and are encouraged to present new ideas to mitigate any hazards. Visible in our safety slogan, “SAFETY STARTS WITH YOU!” our workplace safety program is based on the principle that safety always comes first, with each task, every single day, and it starts with ME.

Safety
LIFE SAFETY RULES
LIFE SAFETY RULES

⦿Think Safety First. Be responsible for your safety and the safety of others.
⦿Asses, Stop, Think. Evaluate the riss before you do your work.
⦿Right Tool for the Job. Use equipment, tools, machinery safety and properly.
⦿Wear PPE. Use personal protective equipment necessary for the job.
⦿No Shortcuts. Always follow compnay rules and procedures.
⦿Report All Incidents. Reporting incidents lead to continuous improvement.
⦿Find It, fix It. If you see something, say and do something.
⦿Keep Areas Clean. Practice good housekeeping in the workplace.
⦿Training is key. If you are not traied, don't do it and ask for help.
⦿No Horseplay. Someone can get hurt as a result of horseplay.

Life Safety Rules
WORKPLACE SCREENING
WORKPLACE SCREENING

WES is committed to a safe, healthy, and productive workplace for all employees and recognizes the benefits of having a substance abuse-free workforce. WES utilizes multiple Third-Party Administrators (TPAs) to manage the multitude of workplace screening requirements that our contract companies must meet to work at safety-focused worksites across the Energy Sector. TPAs such as DISA, First Advantage, S2Verify and InfoMart are used by E&P owners and contractors as well as refinery and petrochemical owners and contractor companies, and is mandated or accepted at more than 200 facilities across the U.S. These TPAs specialize in workplace safety and compliance services and are known for their high standards, excellent service, and quality products. They offer a variety of compliance services, including drug and alcohol testing, background screening, and qualification filing.

Workplace Screening
FLEETSAFETY
FLEET SAFETY

We have a responsibility to our clients, our employees, and the general public to ensure that our vehicles are at all times in safe operating condition and operated only by licensed, DOT compliant, qualified, and safe driver. The Fleet Safety Program is intended to assist us in meeting this responsibility as a commercial carrier regulated by the United States Department of Transportation (US-DOT), and to convey to all drivers and other employees the specific duties and responsibilities that each has regarding fleet vehicle safety.

WES is committed to use every resource available to insure compliance for our drivers and vehicles at both the state and federal levels. As a result, we develop, review, and continuously optimize our Fleet Safety Program to meet the demands of current compliance guidelines. Our policy provides a framework to control risks associated with the operation of DOT regulated vehicles, including trailers. All of our DOT certified drivers follow our Fleet Safety Policy and operate our DOT compliant vehicles in a law-abiding and safe manner. Management considers safety and accident prevention to be one of our highest priorities in all areas of operation, including fleet vehicle safety.

Fleet Safety
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MONTHLY CHAMPIONS

Safety Leader
CHRISTOPHER WALKER
Warehouse Manager – Sulphur
 
Christopher Walker
Christopher Walker, Warehouse Manager in Sulphur is married and has 3 children. His previous work experience includes 15 years with MI SWACO in the Oil & Gas industry. Christopher decided to make a career change and transitioned into the electrical supply industry. In the seven years he has been in the industry, the first five were spent with Gexpro/Rexel where he learned the trade working on LNG projects sites in Cameron, LA. Christopher is an exceptional employee, proactive, and always eager to learn, and grow. He takes pride in his work and always looking for ways to improve his skills and contribute to the success of the Sulphur Team!
DENISE SECHRIST
Project Manager – Corpus Christi
Denise Sechrist
 
Denise Sechrist is the Project Manager at our Corpus Christi location with 7 years of experience. Denise is passionate about her career with Wholesale and her role as a safety lead in Corpus Christi. Her genuine concern for the well-being of others and willingness to go the extra mile in implementing safety measures has set her apart as a true leader. She consistently exceeds expectations and continues to inspire others to prioritize safety in their daily routines.
 
 
 

DANIEL RODRIGUEZ
Warehouse Manager – Victoria
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Daniel Rodriguez is the Warehouse Manager of the Victoria, TX location and has been with the Wholesale for eight years. Before Daniel became the Warehouse Manager, he began his career at Wholesale as a delivery driver. Daniel’s previous position was with the contractor PCL for the Formosa Project for Wholesale in Point Comfort, TX. This position gave him more experience in the electrical industry. Daniel is passionate about his career with Wholesale Electric and his role as a safety lead in the workplace. Daniel always looks for ways to improve the warehouse and stay on top of safety.

BRANCH SAFETY TRAINING

MIDLAND BRANCH

Active Shooter Training presented by Corporal Steven LeSueur with the Odessa Police Department.

Odessa PD Active Shooter Training
VICTORIA BRANCH

Active Shooter Training presented by Officer John Turner with the Victoria Police Department.

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HOUSTON BRANCH

AED/CPR/First Aid Training

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AED CPR First Aid Training Patty Zawacki and Alex Fuentes 72

WEEKLY SAFETY TALKS

MONTHLY SAFETY NEWSLETTERS

NOBODY GETS HURT!

Hurricanes are strong storms that cause life- and property threatening hazards such as flooding, stormsurge, high winds and tornadoes.

No matter where you work, either in the office or in the warehouse, accidents can happen. When you start your day, remind yourself about the hazards in the workplace.

There’s one hand tool that demands your respect over many others in the workplace, a tool that can cut you to the bone in an instant the utility knife, box cutter, and pocket knives.

The evidence is clear—physical activity fosters normal growth and development, improves overall health, can reduce the risk of disease, and can make people feel better, function better, and sleep better. If you’re not sure where to start, here is an example of a weekly schedule

The single best way to prevent seasonal flu is to get vaccinated each year, but good health habits can help stop the spread of germs. Here are ways to avoid catching that common infectious disease called Influenza: