With safety a foremost priority, Fisher Construction Group’s parent company, Fisher Companies has developed a dynamic approach to safety with a comprehensive Safety Management Program. Our team works hard to ensure a safe workplace. We’re proud of the fact that our Lost-Time Incident Rate is 2.65% over the last five years is better than the industry average, and EMR is 17% better than the norm.
Fisher’s comprehensive Safety Management Program is designed to instill a high awareness of safe job site practices in all team members. The key components of Fisher’s safety program are:
Fisher Construction Group continually reinforces safe work practices. The safety training videos below are provided as a supplement to the company’s safety manual. The videos require a password. If you do not have the password, please contact Stephanie Wood, Safety Director.
Clearly Defined Safety Policies. All employees and subcontractors are required to follow the policies which are outlined in the Fisher Companies Safety Manual. These policies meet or exceed industry standards and apply to a wide range of situations which may arise in the pursuit of our business. Fisher’s safety program encompasses many topics including hazard awareness, emergency preparedness, and site-specific protection plans.
Continual Communication of Safety Policies. Safety awareness in continually reinforced throughout the entire workforce. Safety orientation meetings are held for all employees at each new job site, along with weekly job site safety meetings and ongoing equipment training programs as the project progresses.
Maintaining a safe work environment is everyone’s responsibility. The job site superintendent leads the safety team. Procedures and accident prevention measures are monitored by our safety coordinator, who oversees safety policies and practices at all Fisher’s job sites.
Fisher Companies’ Safety Management Program meets or exceeds the requirements of the following industry organizations and federal and state programs:
– Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA)
– Washington Industrial Safety and Health Act (WISHA)
– National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
– American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
– Associated General Contractors of Washington
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