3 year average


2018, 2019, 2020
EMR 2018
EMR 2019
EMR 2020
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We are proud of our reputation as a reliable and trusted partner. Creating a healthy work environment is of high importance at REDPOINT. It is reflected in our planning and everyday practices to guarantee that all operations are executed at all times in such a way as to ensure the welfare of our business partners, co-workers and community.

Our health and safety-focus policies aim to create a zero harm workplace by strengthening our health and safety risk management systems and establishing a strong safety culture. We maintain a firm safety management program that includes the following procedures:

  • Full time presence of a safety and occupational health manager
  • Investment in training for all employees in safe working practices
  • Daily safety meetings, equipment & excavation checklists, pre task planning, and weekly toolbox meetings.
  • Equipment operator certification and equipment control competency exams
  • Site incident protection plans
  • Extensive investment in personal protective clothing and equipment
  • Pre-employment drug screening & random substance abuse screening
  • GS4 felony background checks
  • Excavations in the field barricaded by orange snow fence, T-post with square rebar caps, and barrier ownership forms
  • Continuous fleet maintenance
  • Provide safe, supportive and positive workplacess
  • Support a united and collaborative culture
  • Deliver technical excellence
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Our company is committed to ongoing safety training. At REDPOINT, we understand that risk management and project safety takes precedence over all matters. For this reason, our safety program and initiatives are extensively documented and are the central guiding principles of every employee.

All teams have the responsibility to co-operate with superintendents and managers to comply with statutory provisions and work under a specific safety plan prepared for each project to account for the performance conditions, risks and potential hazards present at each site.

Field Managers are OSHA 30 trained and certified and must additionally complete the following:

Rigging Training and Competent Person training. Likewise, all crews are trained in confined space entry, OSHA 10 & OSHA 30, MSHA, trenching & excavation safety, stormwater competent person training, ADEQ dust control training, asbestos pipe abatement, and construction site competent person training.