Safety

SAFETY

Everyone is empowered to say something, stop something or improve something.
Our safety culture starts with you!

Did you know?

Nearly 6.5 million people work at approximately 252,000 construction sites across the nation on any given day.

A LEADER IN SAFETY

It is the policy of Butler-Cohen to provide a safe workplace environment for our workers and subcontractors. Our safety program is designed with this goal in mind and is the shared responsibility of every worker and subcontractor. Working together, we are able not only to attain excellence in all aspects of our operation but also to maintain a safety record that is the envy of the industry.

Site Safety Rules

Hard
Hats

MUST BE WORN

Protective
Footwear

MUST BE WORN

Hi-Vis
Clothing

MUST BE WORN

Eye
Protection

MUST BE WORN

Hand
Protection

MUST BE WORN

Job Hazard
Analysis

PRIOR TO BEGINNING WORK

SAFETY FOCUSED

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Man Hours
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Lost Work Days
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Workers Empowered

SAFETY IS A PRIORITY

At Butler-Cohen, we believe an effective safety and loss prevention program is the cornerstone of good operating practice. It is our policy to:
  • Provide training as required.
  • Conduct hazard assessments.
  • Use ANSI-approved or comparable personal protective equipment as needed.
  • Properly maintain tools, equipment and facilities.
  • Conduct informal and formal inspections to find and correct any unsafe acts or conditions.
  • Investigate all incidents and accidents with the objective of preventing recurrence.

SAFETY IS
EVERYONE'S RESPONSIBILITY

Although Butler-Cohen policies, practices and procedures are in compliance with or exceed current Occupational Safety & Health requirements, they do not take precedence over federal or state OSHA Regulations nor are they required to exceed legislated regulations. Managers, workers and subcontractors must ensure they operate within the rules and regulations governing their specific place of operation. Remember, government regulations are law. If the company, its workers or subcontractors fail to comply with the regulations, the officers of the company and/or subcontractors, supervisors or workers will be held accountable and may be prosecuted. Thus, maintaining a safe work site is everyone’s responsibility and is in your best interest. Observe the law and work safely. Everyone is counting on you.