It is the policy of Reynolds Industrial Contractors, Inc. to strive for the highest safety standards on our projects. "SAFETY IS AN ATTITUDE". Safety does not occur by chance. It is the result of careful attention to all company operations by those who are directly and in directly involved. Employees at all levels must work diligently to execute the company’s policy of maintaining occupational safety and health. We recognize that safety & health is the responsibility of everyone within the organization and is not just a function of management. Employees will have specific responsibilities to take reasonable care of themselves and others who could be affected by their activities, and to co-operate with management in achieving the standards required. We will ensure that safety & health management is an integral part of each manager's function and will monitor their performance along with their other duties.
Our safety program is designed to preserve one of the most important assets we have, YOU. We will comply with the standards of all applicable regulatory agencies. It is the obligation of each employee to use safety work practices and to insist that all other employees on the job do likewise.
Regard for the safety of the general public, our customers, our own employees and the employees of our subcontractors is a supreme responsibility of all levels of our organization. Accidents, even minor ones, cause pain, both physical and mental. Prevention of injury and illness is a goal well worthy of our achieving.
A safe operation is organized, clean and efficient. If every employee views accidents in the same way we consider all other aspects of our operations, we will be in a better position not only to control accidents but also to improve the total performance of our company. It is of utmost importance that all aspects of our safety program be strictly adhered to and that the intent of this program be followed to the letter. Any recommendations to improve our safety program are encouraged.
Safety must be a daily consideration of each person along with and equal to productivity, quality, cost control, morale, etc. Circumstances will sometimes require a decision on which of these factors has a priority. When such decisions must be made, in every case SAFETY IS FIRST!