We Care About
Diamond Construction employees work in environments that can change from day-to-day making safety a moving target. The Management Team recognizes those challenges and invests time, resources and their hearts into building a safety culture.
Job Site Safety
Safety is not just a goal at Diamond it is a culture. We manage our risks through education, communication and compliance with safe practices.
Diamond's Experience Modification Factor (EMR) is below industry standard (lower = better). The cost savings go to our client because it lowers premiums.
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Our Safety Policy
Diamond strives for 100% safety policy awareness and execution at all levels of the company. There are no exemptions and no exceptions. Regard for the public, our employees, subcontractors and visitors is our top priority. We use numerus tools to achieve zero accidents and injuries, which include: Jobsite signage, Toolbox Meetings, site safety surveys, and communication.
Diamond has an active safety program in-place and enforced on all projects. We hold our team accountable to each other, watching out not only for the safety of our team, but of our extended team—subcontractors, vendors, clients, patrons, and neighborhood residents. Safety is our daily culture!
As a standard, we talk safety every day, multiple times a day. We wear hard hats, ear/eye protection, and protective attire as each task requires. We encourage education for our team, with continuing education course and training in scaffold competency, fall protection, OSHA 30-hour, Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER), asbestos, lead based paint, respirators, open trenches and more. All superintendents are first aide and CPR trained.