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October 26, 2020

Construction Manager Under 100,000 worker hours

Photo from Centennial Contractors
Centennial has plans for high-risk work, such as replacing lights in the lobby of Seattle City Hall.

Centennial Contractors

For years, Centennial has worked with new and small specialty contractors to improve their company safety programs by offering training and creating a safety culture within their companies. In 2019, to continue its specialty contractor partners success, Centennial increased its ability to offer additional in-house safety education such as OSHA 30, CPR/first aid, fall protection and rescue training. Centennial developed additional safety plan templates and made improvements to existing safety plans, available on the Centennial website, that allows employees and specialty contractors to view and download the forms. This enhances Centennial’s ability to communicate timely updates to its employees and specialty contractors on industry changes and trends. To drive a more proactive approach and understanding of safety/operations in 2020, Centennial will be offering its employees and specialty contractors additional classes to provide a better understanding of the when-and-why for planning high-risk activities such as fall hazards, cranes, hazardous energy, trenching and more.

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