CCC Receives Two Safety Awards

CCC had a great safety record for 2015 and recently received two prestigious safety awards for our efforts. The first one was the Thomas J. Reynolds Award for Excellence in Construction Safety and Health from The Association of Union Contractors (TAUC). This award is in recognition of outstanding safety performance including days away, restricted or transferred (DART) rate of 25% or more below the national average. In 2015, CCC logged 710,425 worked hours with a DART rate of 0.56. This is the fourth year in a row CCC has received this award.

The second is the Bronze Award from the Construction Association of Michigan (CAM) for achieving injury rates below industry average in the following categories: lost workdays, OSHA recordable injuries and 500,000+ hours worked. This award is given to those contractors who for 2015 achieved lost work day and recordable injury rates below construction industry standards while maintaining an experience modification rating (EMR) below 1.0. During 2015, CCC recorded 710,425 man-hours with an EMR rate of 0.64.

CCC is proud to be recognized in 2015 for our safety record, and prouder of our employees, subcontractors, and tradesmen and tradeswomen who everyday make the safety and well-being of all workers on-site a priority. Our Executive Vice President of the Construction Division Brad Kimmel is pictured left holding the CAM award, and pictured right holding the TAUC award is Executive Vice President of the Installation Division Joel Lewandowski.

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