At Audubon Companies, we firmly believe that people are at the center of what we do. The health and safety of our co-workers and clients are of utmost importance to us. Whether in the office or on site we are committed to creating an incident-free environment that complies with all safety procedures and regulations.
Safeguarding the workplace begins with our teamwork and leadership, and everyone has the authority and obligation to stop any work believed to be hazardous. We take every possible preventative and corrective measure to ensure all personnel make it home safely each day.
Our safety strategy is based on three key elements:
Audubon Companies’ comprehensive safety approach can be traced back to the top of our organization. Our leadership team is committed to fostering not only a culture of safety, but a culture of care. Line management is responsible and accountable for implementing and enforcing our approved safety programs.
Our safety record is a direct reflection of our genuine commitment not just to compliance, but also to the general health, safety, and well-being of our employees, your employees, the environment, and the community.
All of our employees are expected to take proactive steps to maintain a safe and secure workplace. Every one of our professionals is empowered to stop work if they identify an issue so that the situation can be investigated and the potential hazard eliminated. Each employee is personally responsible for their own safety and the safety of their fellow workers.
OBSERVATION & IMPROVEMENT INITIATIVE
Our Health & Safety Department constantly monitors, measures, analyzes, and refines key health and safety initiatives to ensure that our projects comply with the most rigorous and up-to-date safety standards.
14+ MILLION SAFE MAN-HOURS WORKED SINCE 1997
Our comprehensive safety program has earned Audubon Companies one of the best safety records in the industry.
- Audubon Companies has achieved over 14 million man-hours without an OSHA recordable incident.
- Zero (0): The OSHA TRIR (Total Recordable Incident Rate) every year from 1997 to 2015.
- Zero (0): Number of OSHA LWC (Lost-Workday Cases) from 1997 to 2015.
AUDUBON COMPANIES OSHA TRIR vs INDUSTRY AVERAGE