Safety Performance Evaluation Process Improves Jobsite Safety

April 9, 2018 Karli Langner

The ABC 2018 Safety Performance Report, aimed at furthering the construction industry’s understanding of how to improve jobsites through the group’s Safety Performance Evaluation Process (STEP), documents the dramatic impact of using proactive practices to reduce recordable incidents by up to 85 percent—making the best-performing companies 670 percent safer than the industry average.

“ABC’s fourth annual report on the use of leading indicators, such as substance abuse programs and new hire safety orientations, confirms that high-performing ABC members have safer construction jobsites,” says Vice President of Health, Safety, Environment and Workforce Development Greg Sizemore. “This is one of the few studies of commercial and industrial construction firms doing real work on real projects, and it shows that implementing best practices can produce world-class construction safety programs.”

Read more about the report from Concrete Products.

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