HEALTH & SAFETY
Working on a construction site is one of the most dangerous occupations, yet is one of the most exciting. At Hardman Construction, safety is first in everything we do, and we are committed to creating a safe work environment for all employees and on all jobsites. We are continually improving our processes to enhance our zero-injury culture in which safety is our highest value, where every employee feels safe to openly raise and address safety issues and where no one gets hurt.
Safety doesn't just happen; it is the result of a dedicated, proactive approach by everyone here at Hardman Construction.
STRETCH & FLEX PROGRAM:
Our goal 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. Our stretching program also helps muscles and tendons recover more quickly from job fatigue. Stretching and flexing before starting work each day increases flexibility, increases blood flow throughout the body, increases range of motion, gets muscles started and is a natural endorphin release that makes a person feel better, all while helping prevent or reduce injury.
BEST-IN-CLASS SAFETY PROGRAM:
As a result of our commitment to safety, our Experience Modification and Incident Rates - rating systems used by insurers to gauge risk of on-site injuries - have historically beaten industry averages. Some of the key aspects we employ to achieve a zero-injury culture of preventing incidents include:
SAFETY DATA SHEETS (SDS):
We provide safety data sheets to our
employees and subcontractors for the hazardous materials we use in our daily
activities, and these comply with all construction standards. These SDS have
pertinent information on the proper handling, storage and disposal of our
products. To review the relevant SDS to the types of work we perform, visit: