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May 31, 2018

General contractor: Safety
TIE: Under 250,000 hours

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Washington Patriot gives personal recognition to safe workers who actively ensure site safety.

Washington Patriot Construction

Washington Patriot is working to achieve its safety outcomes through a personalized and unique approach to individual project safety programs.

Some of the measures Washington Patriot puts in place include the following: • A 13-step daily safety checklist that’s included in the web-based daily reports.

• An “all hands on deck” quarterly safety meeting where superintendents and foremen can share project stories and lessons learned.

• Company-wide communication on safety violations as well as positive recognition.

• Personal recognition for safe workers who are active in ensuring site safety.

• A safety pocketbook for all field personnel that summarizes the most important aspects of the company’s accident prevention plan.

• A complete accident prevention plan that is posted on the company website so it’s easy for all employees to access.

• Treating every “near miss” as a lesson learned for the entire company.

Washington Patriot works with its subcontractor and owner partners to identify trends and opportunities for growth of the company’s site-specific safety plans. This helps spread a shared understanding of potential hazards and unique situations, broadening the teams’ experience level.


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