Rock Spring's

Zero Incident Philosophy

Rock Spring safety 3 Areas of Investment:

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Culture: 

  • The importance of safety is stressed to our employees everyday, starting at hire. 

  • Good housekeeping is thought of as an unconditional task.

  • Safest Possible PPE - all employees have Kask chinstrap helmets and safety toe boots.

  • Safety Committee with event investigation & penalties.

Supervision: 

  • Full-time safety staff, including Safety Manager, Safety Superintendent and 7 Safety Officers.  No tools, 100% dedicated to Safety supervision.  All OSHA 30 & CPR/First Aid certified.

  • All foremen are OSHA 30 certified.

Training: 

  • All employees receive over 30 hours of training, derived from OSHA 30 but customized for our work.

  • Aerial lift training and certification compliance check

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Rock Spring has a very active commitment to produce a safe work environment for our employees and other trades on the job site.  Our Philosophy is “Zero Incidents” and to help us accomplish this, Rock Spring invests heavily in Safety training, supervision and PPE. 

The result is an EMR of 0.71 and a DART of 0.91.

 

Our excellence in safety was recently recognized with the Platinum level STEP award from Associated Builders & Contractors. 

For questions regarding our Safety Practices please contact our Director of Safety, Carl Vasquez.

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EXCEEDING EXPECTATIONS

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“On behalf of Gilbane, we wanted to say thank you for all of the hard work to make the project successful.  All drawing changes were taken in-stride and we never missed a beat on our schedule. Carl mentioned that the Safety program was excellent and we never once had to crack down on the guys on-site. We can’t wait to team up again on the next one.   ”

– Gilbane, Project Manager

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