Today’s construction companies know that building our country’s infrastructure means thinking beyond industry traditions to improve performance and increase competitive advantage. Optimum Safety’s construction experts provide your company with deep experience across commercial construction, finishing trades, and water and sewer line construction to deliver cultures of safe construction.
How We Help
Developed from years of cross-industry experience, all solutions are designed to influence a continuous improvement mindset. We’ll meet you on your Journey to Zero and design a plan forward together. Here are a few of the services we offer:
Safety Leadership Development: Develop supervisors into safety leaders through workshops, Safety Leadership Teams, and one-to-one coaching. Safety leaders in the field ensure the strategy can be fulfilled every day.
P3 Safety Culture Analysis: In-depth analysis of thirty Key Performance Indicators to assess the current safety culture and specific areas in need of improvement.
Regulatory Compliance Programs: Specific programs to achieve compliance with government requirements. These programs are a crucial foundation for the safety process.
What Our Clients are Saying:
“[The Team] has been great to work with and we now know for sure working with you guys was the smartest business decision we’ve made in a long while.”
Reduction in EMR in 2 Years
Reduction in Days Away Restricted or Transfered (D.A.R.T) Rate in 3 Years
Reduction in Total Recordable Incident Rate
“The implementation of a systematic approach to safety has been an “eye-opener”… The electricians are approaching their daily tasks differently… even offering suggestions on how we can continue to improve our safety performance. Providing our employees the tools and education they need to perform their respective jobs safety has given me a real sense of pride in our organization.”
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