Because of the potential hazards posed by the nature of construction work, Bryan Construction has a comprehensive in-house safety program designed to identify hazards, instill safe work practices, and significantly reduce the potential for injuries in the workplace.
Our full-time Safety Officers assist in assessing hazards, providing oversight, researching better construction methodologies, and help to maintain compliance with all Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations. Bryan Construction Supervisors receive ongoing safety training so they are equipped to recognize a hazard and to take immediate corrective measures as needed. During mandatory weekly safety meetings, employees receive documented training on various safety issues and are advised of any safety concerns that may arise.
A successful, comprehensive safety program ensures employees are protected from potential hazards of the industry, while controlling the expense of workers’ compensation and alleviating the burden of lost workdays due to injury or work-related illness.
A comprehensive safety program results in lower costs and a safer, more competitive company, like Bryan Construction.
Bronze Safety Award
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District, recognized Bryan Construction by presenting us with their third-highest “Bronze Safety Award” for outstanding safety performance. The selection was made from a large number of construction projects in a five-state area that represented over a billion dollars of workload for the district.