Safety & Health

Safety is our Priority

 

  • Authorized trainer on staff for LGE / KU Passport Safety program
  • Only use certified riggers for all projects
  • All employees working in the field for American Industrial Contractors are held to the drug free standard established by the Department of Transportation
  • Multiple team members have completed the OSHA 30 hour certification course for General Construction 
  • All team members must attend mandatory weekly “Toolbox” talk sessions led by the Safety Director
  • All job sites have daily safety briefings and surprise inspections by the Safety Director on a regular occurrence
  • Extensive yearly safety training program required for all employees in order to maintain compliance with all current OSHA regulations in the industry

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Working at Elevated Heights

About 9.2 million people were treated in emergency rooms for fall-related injuries in 2016. A fall c

"About 9.2 million people were treated in emergency rooms for fall-related injuries in 2016. A fall can end in death or disability in a split second, but with a few simple precautions, you'll be sure stay safe at home and at work." (www.nsc.org)

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PPE Standards

Developed by OSHA’s Directorate of Training and Education to improve workplace health & wellness.

Developed by OSHA's  Directorate of Training and Education to improve workplace health & safety.

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Workplace Wellness

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Prevention is the key to success.   To learn more, view the full Campbell Institute report, titled “A Systems Approach to Worker Health and Wellbeing.”

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Ergonomics- Prevent Workplace Injuries

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 Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders can be prevented. Ergonomics --- fitting a job to a person --- helps lessen muscle fatigue, increases productivity and reduces the number and severity of work-related MSDs. (www.osha.gov) 

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Safety Management

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OSHA's Compliance Assistance Quick Start.


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COMING SOON

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