July 18 2017
The most recent calculation of Conti’s safety statistics has shown continuous improvement for the past five years with OSHA Experience Modification Rates (EMR), Days Away, Restricted or Transferred (DART) Rates, and Recordable Incident Rates trending down. To date, Conti crews have worked a total of 359,328 man-hours on 49 projects with no Lost Time Incidents.
Conti has also maintained a steady downward EMR trend, achieving a .662 rating for 2017, 3.3% lower than 2016. Conti also saw a 10.55% decrease in the DART rate. This continuous improvement was achieved while working across the United States in diverse weather and geography spanning from the icy winter in the Northeast to the scorching summer across the South.
Conti has also received prestigious safety awards from the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Liberty Mutual, ExxonMobil, and Engineering News-Record. These positive trends reflect Conti’s priority in placing safety procedures and practices at the forefront as the company continues to deliver exceptional projects.
“Over the past five years, the passion and dedication shown by our employees has helped improve our safety culture and reduced both the frequency and the severity of incidents on our project sites,” said David Olcott, Conti’s Director of Safety and Health. “I am proud to be a part of a team of such outstanding professionals who truly care about sending each and every person home to their families safely each night.”