Corporate Safety And Health Management Policy Statement

 Shallow River Construction considers the personal safety and health of employees, contract workers and facility personnel to be of primary importance. We believe that these individuals are important assets and that their safety and health at on our work sites is our greatest responsibility. Occupational safety and health will not be compromised to the demands of project schedule, production or cost.

Shallow River requires all contractors to understand and abide by any and all applicable OSHA Safety and Health Standards. In addition, any applicable state and local regulations will be observed and complied with. In the interest of worker safety, Shallow River will require measures exceeding OSHA’s standards where conditions and experience warrant.

Shallow River considers occupational safety and health essential for several reasons, including:

  • A moral and ethical requirement to provide a safe and healthy workplace for employees and contractors.
  • Compliance with state and federal safety and health regulatory requirements.
  • The minimization of exposure related to occupational injuries and illnesses onsite.
  • The maximization of productivity in the form of reduced downtime, retraining, damaged work, etc.

Shallow River Safety Coordinator:
Robert Kindred

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