SKYSCRAPER CONSTRUCTION SAFETY PROGRAM
Skyscraper Construction safety culture is based on OSHA standards being the minimum, as we strive to improve and exceed OSHA guidelines on every project. Skyscraper Construction safety goal on each and every project is to prevent any injury from occurring and to protect all property and equipment from damage, whether Skyscraper Construction or others'.
All Skyscraper Construction superintendents and project managers are OSHA 30-Hour certified. Our foremen and field technicians are OSHA 10-Hour certified at a minimum. In addition, all superintendents undergo an extensive supervisory training program.
Stretch and flex exercises before work begins each day are an important component of Skyscraper Construction safety program.
The course covers safety planning, tips for effective supervision, disciplinary action, job hazard analysis forms (JHAs), and much more. We know that to build an effective safety culture, our supervisors must be trained to be professionals in all aspects of their work.
To reinforce Skyscraper Construction safety culture, daily job-site meetings are held to review specific job hazards and to develop daily JHAs. Additionally, we conduct weekly "toolbox talks" that cover recurring safety topics, and quarterly office-wide safety breakfasts are utilized to reward and formally recognize those who have achieved an excellent safety record by receiving satisfactory job site safety audits and accomplishing other company-wide safety goals.