Northland Mechanical has been in business for 52 years. We are there when you need us 24/7/365. Our professional, factory-trained technicians are among the most experienced in the upper Midwest to give you comfort and peace of mind.

  • Respect - Always treat people with dignity and respect.
  • Quality - Always do good work and the result will speak for itself.
  • Diversity - Recognize that people bring many different talents to their profession. Recognize this diversity of talents as an asset that ensures success.
  • Relationship - Focus on building and maintaining meaningful relationships with customers that benefit both parties. Always hold these relationships in the highest regard.
  • Safety - Safety is every employee's responsibility, at every level. Always act in a safe and responsible manner.
  • Profit - Profit allows Northland Mechanical to provide all of its employees the opportunity to support their families through their good work. Always be proud to make a fair profit.
  • Integrity - Above all else, choose to do the right thing. If circumstances force a choice between making money and doing the right thing, always choose to do the right thing.

State and Federal law, as well as company policy, make the safety and health of our employees the first consideration in operating our business. At Northland Mechanical safety and health is part of every operation, and is part of every employee's responsibility --- at all levels. Northland Mechanical intends to comply with all laws concerning the service of the business and the health and safety of our employees and the public.

Northland Mechanical places a strong emphasis on safety every day in every aspect of the job site. We are committed to providing our employees with a safe and healthful working environment and to the elimination of any and all accidents that could injure our human and corporate resources. Our Safety Director continually trains and certifies our employees beyond OSHA requirements. The Safety Director conducts all necessary instructional seminars as well as maintains updated databases tracking employee safety training and certifications to ensure each employee is always up to date on their training.

At Northland Mechanical, safety is not just about training; safety is part of the mentality at each job site. Each job site conducts weekly "Toolbox" talks with employees. The toolbox talks and routine site inspections ensure that our employees know that safety is a priority. Our customers and employees are assured that Northland Mechanical takes safety seriously.

The Safety Director conducts regular safety inspections on each crew. The purpose of these inspections is to ensure each job site is implementing the safety and health programs. Each inspection is unannounced with the field supervision present. The results of the inspection are documented, discussed, and any corrective action will be scheduled.

Northland Mechanical has created a policy that mandates a corporate-wide safety, health, and loss prevention program with the goal of providing a work environment free of recognized hazards. Our Safety, Health, and Loss Prevention Program has the following objectives:

  • To preserve Northland Mechanical's most important asset, its employees, by minimizing any chance of injury to our employees or other individuals on or adjacent to our working site(s).
  • To minimize property, equipment and product damage.
  • To comply with all federal, state and local safety and health regulations.

The following directives are established to achieve the Safety, Health and Loss Prevention Program objectives:

  • All levels of management will work to provide an environment free from recognized hazards in joint efforts with employees.
  • Northland Mechanical will properly maintain equipment used in the erection, installation and production of its products.
  • All level of management shall follow all policies and procedures when training employees to perform their job task. All employees are expected to perform job tasks as trained, and to bring to the attention of the immediate Supervisor or Foreman when they have not been trained on a specific job task.
  • All employees shall abide by federal, state and local safety and health regulations governing our industry and those standards established by the company.
  • All employees shall respect the persons and property of the general public in the conduct of Northland Mechanical business.
  • All employees shall follow all work polices, procedures and regulations.
  • All employees shall communicate to their Supervisor any conditions that are inconsistent with Northland Mechanical Safety, Health and Loss Prevention Program.