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Created by Juliana Chauncey

AWARD WINNING SAFETY WITH ZERO OSHA RECORDABLE INCIDENTS IN

2015 & 2016

We Make Safety a Core Value

and we have the recognition to prove it

 

AGC Safety Excellence Finalist

2017

AGC of Ohio Construction Safety

Excellence Award

2016

 

ADSC Zero Incident Safety Award

2016

ACI Safety Innovation Award

2016

ADSC "Rick Marshall Commitment to Excellence in Safety" Award

2017, 2014, 2011, 2006

 

ADSC Outstanding Safety Program

2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2000

EHS Today Magazine "One of America's Safest Companies" Award

2011

Master Builders Association of Western PA Excellence in Safety Award

2010, 2006

The Association of Union Contractors - Thomas J. Reynolds Award for Construction Safety

2007

WHAT SAFETY MEANS AT GOETTLE

We are proud to be a Drug Free Workplace employer. In addition, all of our Project Managers, Superintendents, Foreman, and Key Craft employees are OSHA 30 Hour trained.

 

We only employ NCCCO or equivalent certified crane operators, certified welders, qualified riggers and signal persons, and collectively we strive to continually acomplish the goal of our award winning safety program - ZERO Accidents.

 

We are all "leaders" here at Goettle, and as such, focus on the "Big Three" - Safety, Quality and Productivity.

 

At Goettle, we don't meet the standards... We set the standards. 

The Goettle Management Team and Craft Employees readily accept personal responsibility for conducting their actions in accordance with these Safety Management Principles:

 

  • Roles and responsibilities are defined in a manner that establishes clear authority and accountability to ensure the protection of the employees, public, and environment.

  • Employees possess and maintain adequate knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform work safely, with high quality, and in a productive manner - the right thing the first time, every time.

  • Initial task specific safety training, daily Pre-Task Safety Analysis, and weekly safety meetings are just a part of the Safety Management Principles we adhere to on all projects.

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