Safety

Leading the way in Safety

In keeping with the Concrete Strategies “More to the Pour” philosophy, we go beyond compliance with our proactive approach to safety. Concrete Strategies is recognized as an industry leader in safety with injury and insurance rates well below industry average. We are active members of leading industry organizations such as the Tilt-up Contractors of America (TCA), the American Society of Concrete Contractors (ASCC) and SITE Saint Louis OSHA Partnership. We have been recognized by these organizations for our commitment to improve safety not only for our own company but for the entire industry. Our goal on every project is ZERO injuries and our teams are 100% committed to achieving that goal! We have a vibrant safety culture and the programs, processes, and policies that provide the foundation for safe operations. Our proactive approach to safety begins prior to mobilization onsite with a comprehensive site-specific safety plan. Once onsite, a daily “Pre-task Safety Analysis” or PTSA is communicated to our workforce by our OSHA 30 hour-trained field leaders. Daily and weekly safety audits that identify and eliminate hazards though our “corrective and preventative actions (CAPA)” programs are also a critical part of our safety protocols. Our highly trained and experienced staff of safety professionals serve as mentors and leaders on our projects. However, safety is everyone’s job and our field leaders also undergo extensive safety and leadership training. For Concrete Strategies safety is truly a team effort!

Concrete Strategies has developed a truly elite safety management system that differentiates Concrete Strategies from its competitors. We are continually working to prevent injuries and incidents through an organized safety and risk management system that employs the following:


Stretch & Flex Program

The goal of a company-sponsored, stretching program is to provide work-specific stretches to help our employees increase their overall flexibility and range-of-motion. These stretches will lengthen the muscle tissue making the muscles less prone to trauma, tears, and other types of injuries. A stretching program will also help muscles and tendons recover more quickly from job fatigue. It is a good idea to stretch before work activity, both at the beginning of a shift and after lunch breaks, at a minimum.


Rules to Live By


A Safe Company

Concrete Strategies has developed an exceptionally strong financial base. Our geographic and product diversity insulates Concrete Strategies from being too dependent on any single market, customer, or type of work.

Concrete Strategies has an incredibly strong bonding capability, with an aggregate line of $500,000,000 and single project line of $150,000,000.

Unquestionable Trust

Honesty, respect, fairness, and integrity drive our behavior. We keep our promises and ethical behavior is our standard.

Superior Performance

We are dedicated to superior performance throughout our business. Our priorities are safety first, teamwork, diversity, and continuous improvement through strong leadership.

Total Commitment

We are committed to the success of our employees, customers, and shareholders, and to citizenship and stewardship in all our actions.

Code of Ethics

Our code of ethics advises us on proper business conduct. It links Southern Style to ethical behavior. Each code provision addresses an important dimension of our business.

The Environment

We are committed to improving our environmental performance and the communities we serve by being good environmental stewards and working to conserve valuable natural resources. The health of our employees, customers, and the public, and the protection of our natural environment are among our highest priorities.

Compliance with Laws and Regulations

We respect the law. We comply with all laws and regulations. We have a responsibility to understand the laws and how they apply to our jobs.

Conflict of Interest

We avoid conflicts, and the appearance of conflicts, between our company responsibilities and personal interests. We use corporate resources—time, personnel, equipment and supplies—only for company business or company-approved activities.

Competitive Practices

We compete vigorously, but fairly, on the basis of price, superior services, dependability and products. We do not enter into understandings or agreements with competitors regarding prices, terms of sales, division of markets or customers, or any other activity that restricts competition.
We conduct competitive marketing activities, including the advertising of products and services and the gathering of competitive intelligence, fairly and honestly.

Conclusion

At Concrete Strategies, we are a SAFE company to do business with.


Resources

Concrete Strategies Code of Ethics

Concrete Strategies Work Rules Book

Get In Touch

Joe Rock

Safety Director

+1 314-592-2236