"Living to be Safe and Accident Free"At S&B USA, our employees are our most valuable resource. We have established a culture of caring for our people, and we encourage our employees to believe in safety and work the “Safe Way.” We observe the best safety practices to:
- Provide a safe workplace for employees, subcontractors and the general public
- Strive for the highest safety standards on our jobsites
- Train and educate our employees to ensure they are knowledgeable of safety rules and standards to guarantee the safety of both themselves and their coworkers
Our safety plan starts with senior leadership involvement and builds momentum with knowledgeable safety personnel through engagement and contribution from all levels of the organization. S&B USA’s culture of safety is what brings us pride and differentiates us from our peers, and our motto—“living to be safe and accident free”—has become a way of life for everyone who works with our company.
Safety is ingrained in every aspect of S&B USA which allows us to be an industry leader in safety. With input and commitment from each level of our organization, we continuously strive to meet the goal of zero injuries.
Our team of experienced professionals demonstrates an unparalleled commitment to safety, which has been recognized with the following awards:
The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) bestows this award upon companies that have developed and implemented premier safety and loss prevention programs, as well as achieved continuous improvements and maintenance of their safety and health management systems.
S&B USA won 2nd place in the over 1,000,000 man-hours category in 2016 and 1st place in the 700,001 – 1,000,000 man-hours category in 2014.
- Workers’ compensation experience rating
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) work-related injuries and illnesses
- OSHA statistics violations
- Roadway worker protection training
- Safety program elements
- Company vehicle accident score
Fay is proud to have been a recipient of this award over a series of five consecutive years.