Built For Safety

There’s nothing more important than a culture of safety. That’s why we adhere to best safety practices. Together our goal is to make sure you get home safe each day. Our ultimate goal is zero incidents and zero accidents.

Commitment to Safety

Making Work Safe

Construction is one of the more hazardous industries to work in, but our safety culture continuously evolves to meet its demands. We rigorously follow the highest standards to keep our team safe. See how we measure success:

Active Employee Engagement

We encourage all employees to provide input on how we can continuously work safe.

Safety Training

We actively monitor our work to identify hazards and train our employees accordingly.

  • Trench/Evacuation Safety
  • Fall Protection
  • Confined Space
  • Power Tools
  • Maintenance of Traffic
  • Hazard Communication
  • OSHA 10 Hour and 30 Hour
  • CPR/ First Aid

Project Safety Inspections

We conduct safety inspections on a weekly basis and share the results with all levels of management. We handle any issues on site and immediately share feedback with onsite management and field employees.

Weekly Tool Box Safety Meetings

Our meeting topics vary based on the current project tasks, as well as any incidents and/or near misses within the industry.

Operational Analysis

We integrate safety into our daily approach to operations.

Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)

We use JHA’s to help employees identify potential hazards of a work area before the work begins.

Identifying Incident Indicators

We take the appropriate steps to learn what might cause an accident before it happens.

Drug Free Workplace

We are a Drug-Free Workplace.

Experience Modification Rate for Worker's Compensation

As of July 1, 2023 we will have a .66 Mod.  This is our second consecutive year with this rating.  Which has been our lowest rating in the history of the company.

We’re proud of the culture of safety we’ve built at Gibbs & Register, Inc.

For more information, contact our Safety Director, Brian Huffman.