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Safety

The protection of people, property and the environment is a core value of our business philosophy. Accountability is an important element in the safety and health management system of Roy Anderson Corp. Our Management Team understands that Safety is not just “good business,” it’s the right thing to do. Through a Safety and Health Management System that includes a “Plan, Do, Check, Act” methodology, and a belief in Continuous Improvement, we believe all incidents and injuries are preventable, and Hazard Recognition and Elimination begins in the planning stage. Safety is not just “First”, it is “Always” – at work, on the roadways and at home.

National Safety Council’s ‘Million Work Hours Award’

Since September 2013, Roy Anderson Corp has worked in excess of one million hours without a single recordable injury. RAC continues to work with our subcontractors and partners to achieve their own goals and ours of ZERO incidents in our work environments. RAC is raising the bar by creating awareness, and making a difference, to everyone, every day. This award was accomplished through positive attitudes, diligence and persistence toward the safety of our employees.

2015 National Safety Council Million Work Hours

Associated Builders and Contractors – Safety Training and Evaluation Process (STEP) Platinum Award.

Associated Builders and Contractors highest level of excellence in the construction safety is recognized by this award. The Platinum category is open to those companies whose achievements in the area of work site safety are, certifiably, the “best of the best”.

Associated General Contractors Willis Construction Safety Excellence Award

Roy Anderson Corp received the First Place Award in the 2014 AGC Safety Excellence Award competition. This prestigious award is the industry’s elite safety awards program for companies of all sizes and divisions. Associated General Contractors recognizes those companies who have developed and implemented premier safety and loss prevention programs by examining each candidate’s commitment to safety and health management and risk control.

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