Precast concrete firms face a dynamic environment marked by fluctuations in market conditions, workforce retention, demand for quality and continual product innovations. Optimum has helped companies across the precast industry design and integrate custom safety management solutions to address these issues and build a culture of safe production by doing essential precast concrete risk assessments.
How We Help
Optimum helps precast companies increase front-line employee engagement, retention and workplace satisfaction through safety. We’ll work with you to design a solution that utilizes best-in-class solutions made scalable and practical for your business needs.
Here are a few of the services we offer:
Engagement Based Safety: Engage front-line workers to identify at-risk behaviors. Employees will become empowered to confidently perform at their best, leading to higher employee engagement and retention.
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.
Safety Management System Development: Formalize the safety process to manage risks in the working environment. We’ll integrate an end-to-end system to manage risks unique to your workplace.
“I really appreciate the fact that we’ve had no serious injury events and that [these] efforts are leading to increased worker satisfaction and the superior productivity that results from safe working environments.”
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
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