SAFETY IS NO ACCIDENT
Waner Construction is very proud of our safety record and EMR history.
We work with a third-party safety consultant to conduct rigorous safety inspections, keeping our jobsites safe and in compliance with all OSHA, local, state and federal regulations. Each project is reviewed monthly and reports are sent to Waner's Safety Director, Management Team and Project Manager following an inspection. Waner also provides opportunities for paid safety training for field and office staff to keep our employees current with industry standards and regulations.
WANER SAFETY PROGRAM
Waner's company culture and policies make the safety and health of our employees the first consideration in operating our business. Safety and health must be a part of every operation, and every employee’s responsibility at all levels. It is the intent of Waner Construction to comply with all State and Federal laws concerning the operation of the business, and the health and safety of our employees and the public.
To achieve this, we are constantly monitoring conditions in all work areas that can produce or lead to injuries. No employee is required to work at a jobsite known to be unsafe or dangerous to his or her health. Employees’ cooperation in detecting hazards, reporting dangerous conditions and controlling workplace hazards is a condition of employment. Employees will not be disciplined or suffer any retaliation for reporting a safety violation in good faith.
SAFETY IS OUR PRIORITY
The personal safety and health of every individual associated with a project is Waner Construction’s primary concern. Prevention of occupationally induced injuries and illnesses is of such consequence that it will be given precedence over operating productivity. To the greatest degree possible, management will provide all mechanical and physical protection required for personal safety and health, but our employees must bear primary responsibility for working safely.
Waner Construction maintains a safety and health program conforming to the best practices of our field. To be successful, such a program must embody proper attitudes towards injury and illness prevention on the part of supervisors and employees. It requires the cooperation in all safety and health matters, not only of the employer and employee, but also between the employee and all co-workers. Only through such a cooperative effort can a safety program in the best interest of all be established and preserved.
“As always, Waner conducted their business with great professionalism and expertise.”