Phillips Contracting

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Safety

Safety Is Our Foundation

At Phillips Contracting, safety is the foundation of our core values and is ingrained in our company culture. We are committed to ensuring each employee returns home safely at the end of the day and providing our customers with the peace of mind that their projects are completed safely. Safety at Phillips Contracting starts at the top and is demonstrated in the attitude, behavior and commitment to our values by all Phillips Contracting employees.

Sustaining Our Foundation

The development and implementation of our safety program is overseen by our Safety Director, Frank Galloway. Key features of our safety program include:

  • Employee Orientation – All employees complete their first round of safety training in employee orientation before they set foot on-site.
  • Safety Training – All employees are required to maintain appropriate training certifications, i.e. competent person, fall protection, forklift operator, rigging, excavation/shoring, confined space, etc. Training opportunities are available monthly throughout the year.
  • Pre-Task Plans (PTP) – Prior to the start of shift, each crew completes a PTP form detailing the hazards associated with the day’s work and addresses the precautions and personal protective equipment (PPE) required to manage the risks.
  • Safety Meetings – Both weekly and monthly safety meetings are held. Safety topics of the week are discussed for ongoing training and awareness of all team members on-site. Monthly Safety Committee meetings are held to discuss safety topics, processes and procedures. Attendees range from executive management to the crews in the field.
  • Project Safety Audits – Random audits/site visits are performed by Falcon Contracting’s Corporate Safety department.
  • Critical Behavior Observations/Recognition (CBO) – This empowers each Falcon Contracting employee to correct unsafe behavior, regardless of their position in the company. Rewards and recognition are given to those who complete a minimum number of CBO’s and submit paperwork to the Safety department.
  • Substance Abuse Testing – Pre-employment, random, reasonable suspicion, and post-accident.

Experience Mod Ratings

(2015 - 2024)

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