Safety starts at the top. Management accountability and a structured approach to safety discussions are key components of our safety culture. We aim to exceed, not just meet, safety regulations.
Safety Above All Else
Our Highest Value
D. Grimm, Inc. is committed to the safety of our team above all else by utilizing safe work practices on all of our projects. Our highest priority is to ensure that all of our team members go home safely to their families at the end of every day. DGI employs three full-time authorized OSHA outreach trainers who are responsible for ongoing safety management, OHSA 10 and OSHA 30, First Aid/CPR, trench safety, and other safety related training. They are dedicated to the health and safety of all of our team members and are supported by D. Grimm, Inc. management.
An Incident-free Workplace
D. Grimm strives to maintain an incident-free work place. Our team utilizes a behavior focused, peer to peer safety approach that seeks to build a safety culture, educate and provide ownership opportunities to all employees. Each employee is given the opportunity to succeed through on-going training, task planning and open communication forums. D. Grimm recognizes the importance of utilizing supervision that has the appropriate knowledge, authority, and desire to champion safety programs and procedures.
D. Grimm is not only committed to Safety, we believe it!
At D. Grimm, Inc. we take the time to do it right. Safety comes first, always. No job is so urgent that we don’t take the time or expense to follow the safety provisions necessary.
Our employees are our most valuable asset, which is why we insist on their active participation in on site safety practices and hold them accountable for conducting their work safely.
More than a business commitment—it’s our moral obligation.
Safety is Paramount From every construction project to every service we offer, the protection of our employees, the public and the environment is at the core of everything we do. Safety is more than a business commitment—it’s our moral obligation.
These goals are achievable by implementing the following:
- • Educate employees to plan and perform their work through detailed multi-leveled task planning.
- • Implement highly effective orientation and continuing education programs to achieve commitment from all employees.
- • Maintain an employee involvement, Behavior Based Safety (BBS) Program to promote communication, teamwork, and to identify leading safety indicators.
- • Utilize "Good Catches" as lessons learned and promote reporting of these events to prevent future incidents.
- • Share lessons learned and improvement techniques that may originate from sources outside the company.
- • Demonstrate positive safety attitudes by having front line supervisors actively participate in driving towards a "Target Zero Incidents" project.
- • Implement craft training as appropriate to help guide employees to safely perform their work and to use effective training tools to provide that training and certification.
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- • Site analysis training = Hazard recognition and elimination or mitigation. PPE assessment and inspection. Project orientations.
- • OSHA Outreach, First Aid, Traffic Control, leadership development, and all other Policy Training.
- • Facilitate open communication regarding safety, health, environmental and security issues.