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May 15, 2015

Subcontractor: Safety
150,000-300,000 hours

Photo courtesy of Andgar Corp.
Andgar’s job hazard reports allow employees to identify safety concerns before serious accidents occur.

Andgar Corp.

Andgar Corp. continues to change and adapt its safety program to the ever-evolving needs of the construction industry.

Field inspections are now performed using an iPhone auditing app, enabling inspectors to significantly reduce paperwork and easily email audits directly to staff.

The company makes it a priority that all employees are equipped with the latest information and skills to perform their jobs safely. Regular training and reviews remain critical pieces to the safety education of its staff.

Andgar’s near-miss job hazard report is available to all employees at every jobsite and in its shops, and enables them to identify areas of safety concern long before a serious accident occurs. The company’s accident investigation packet also tells supervisors correct actions to take for any type of injury or accident.

Andgar regularly participates in AGC safety forums and takes full advantage of AGC Safety Team and AGC Retro resources to help improve its safety program. At Andgar, it’s all about having employees go home and return to work the next day, accident- and injury-free.








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