H. G. Reynolds Company, Inc., considers the safety of all its employees a major responsibility. Constant efforts will be made to require safe work habits and conditions. We recognize that accident prevention can only be successful when top management is concerned about safety. In addition, staff members must actively coordinate and advise on problem areas, supervisors must accept their safety responsibilities, and employees must participate in the elimination of unnecessary accidents.
COMMITMENT TO SAFETY
H.G. Reynolds Company has been able to consistently operate under an Experience Modification Rating (EMR) under the industry standard of 1.0. In order to achieve our goal of zero lost time accidents and maintain a low EMR, H.G. Reynolds is committed to a safety program that ensures a proactive approach in improving and training our employees knowledge of safety hazards and recognition.
- Field Level Supervision - Successful completion of 10 hour OSHA Training Course in Construction Safety and Health; Successful completion of CPR/First Aid Training
- Subcontractor and Employee safety - All employees and subcontractors are required to participate in our company safety orientation training prior to working on any of H.G. Reynolds construction projects; Signed Safety Policy statements document successful completion for each employee or contractor
- Jobsite Safety Meetings - All projects require weekly toolbox talks conducted by field superintendents to address site specific safety hazards
JOBSITE SAFETY QUALITY ASSURANCE
H.G. Reynolds has enlisted the services of Safety Management Consultants, Inc. led by Bob Synett to deliver safety training and education to both employees and subcontractors, and to constantly reinforce hazard recognition and awareness at all levels of our construction projects.
- Safety Audits - conducted weekly with Safety Management Consultants and H.G. Reynolds jobsite superintendents; Hazard recognition is identified and reviewed with field level supervision, associated employees and/or subcontractor personnel; Safety audit reports of each project issued to site specific project managers and corporate leadership for review and to ensure compliance