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As a result of ASSET’s proactive approach to safety, we have zero lost-time accidents since our founding in 1990. ASSET understands that jobsite safety is important for our clients and most importantly, to the families and friends of our workers.
To keep a safe worksite, employee participation is key. ASSET holds weekly safety meetings at each site and has an active safety incentive program rewarding employees for their participation in the program. Through participation and 100% effort of all employees and stakeholders, ASSET maintains a safe project site on every site – even with many of ASSET’s projects in remote locations, occupied spaces or in areas with extreme weather conditions.
Preventing safety incidents begins with proper training. All members of a project team are trained in safe practices and receive periodic and site-specific training to ensure their knowledge is current and applicable to the work they are performing. ASSET’s project teams take the time to understand the safest practices for the site, the upcoming phases of work prior to beginning new phases, and maintain and provide a safety manual to all employees responsible for adopting its objectives and regulations.
ASSET’s upper management is committed to the safety of our employees, the environment and the general public. All site management personnel have stop work authority, and are required to put safety before production.
ASSET’s current EMR is well under the industry average: .78%
ASSET is committed to producing an end product that meets or exceeds all quality requirements of the contract, on time, within a defined budget and a safe work environment. ASSET has developed an effective Quality Control (QC) Program which produces results and ensures client satisfaction.
ASSET assigns only qualified individuals who have adequate training and a thorough understanding of their duties and responsibilities to each project. The objective of our QC Program is to provide a framework to assure the highest quality by maintaining supervised controls, written instructions, and establishing clearly defined responsibility and authority for compliance.