Our teams work diligently to provide the highest safety standards possible. We value safety on the job, but fully recognize the need to bring safety into each aspect of our employees’ lives. No matter the priority, our commitment toward safety is never compromised. Our collective attitude and behavior towards safety is continuously focused on ensuring everyone gets home safe, every day.
Our safety mission is to ensure that everyone goes home to their families in the same way as when they arrived. No matter the project size or scope, our goal is ZERO accidents or incidents, ZERO injuries and ZERO citations.
We’ve worked hard to install the value among our employees and subcontractors that safety before production is first in all we do. Any worker who observes an unsafe condition or work practice that may pose a threat to health or safety has the power to speak up and stop work.
To uphold the safest jobsite for our employees, subcontractors, clients and communities, we review client safety expectations and procedures and evaluate them against our corporate standards to ensure all site-specific conditions and hazards are addressed. Specific procedures are communicated to all parties during site orientations, daily toolbox safety meetings, safe worker observations and jobsite safety inspections. Furthermore, our safety managers ensure that these standards are consistently maintained over all of our sites.
Based on our approach to continuous improvement, our Safety Management System ensures that we plan our work and work our plan through preparation, implementation, performance, measurement, assessment and improvement.
Through our established processes and procedures, our health and safety programs foster a safe working environment through training, communication and execution. We work closely with customers to integrate lessons learned into all project and safety procedures. Our safety professionals continuously support the education and training activities that raise awareness of health & safety risks and communicate best practices for mitigating those risks.