June 30 2016
After six months of work on the books, Conti has achieved zero lost time incidents so far this year. In addition, the firm has been posting OSHA Experience Modification Rate, Days Away, Restricted or Transferred Rate and Recordable Incident Rate numbers consistently under industry average and continuing to trend down. Conti’s most recent EMR, DART Rate and Recordable Incident Rate were reported at 0.65, 1.46 and 2.55, respectively.
This shows continuous improvement from 2015’s mid-year numbers, with Conti personnel having logged nearly 50% more work hours this year than last year while working in conditions as diverse as the intense heat of Louisiana and Israel to the freezing temperatures of the Northeastern United States.
“This year’s safety success is a credit to our entire staff’s commitment to a behavior-based safety culture,” says Dave Olcott, Conti Safety and Health Manager. “We strive to make our work safer each day by being aware of our actions and mindsets at every moment, and this year’s statistics are encouraging all of us to keep building on that goal.”