General Contractor: Safety
Under 150,000 hours

Sealaska Constructors



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Sealaska stresses that each of its employees is empowered to correct any unsafe situation.

To achieve its enviable safety record, AGC Safety Team member Sealaska developed safe construction practices for every key job component. However, the ultimate source of its safety achievements is its company culture.

At Sealaska its people are like family, and itís a companywide belief that safety begins with a solid commitment at the highest level and requires consistent follow-through. All managers, project managers, superintendents and craftspeople know they are each responsible for being aware and are empowered to correct any unsafe situation.

Sealaskaís safety committee assists in the detection and elimination of unsafe conditions, environments and work procedures. The committee establishes procedures for review of all safety and health inspection reports and evaluates all accident and illness prevention programs. It also coordinates employer-employee communications and improves the companyís safety and health workplace practices.



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