Job-site safety is a top priority. It is our policy to provide a work environment that is inherently safe – free from unsanitary, hazardous, or dangerous conditions that could threaten the health and safety of our personnel, subcontractors, and the public.

Prior to performing work, job site personnel will be made aware of our safety and health policies as well as appropriate safety standards to prevent accidents and injuries.

Weekly safety meetings at all our job sites include subcontractors as well as our employees. We provide safety meeting outlines and address relevant topics. Twice yearly, company-wide safety meetings that include lunch, education, and recognition/awards for safe practices are conducted.

We believe accidents can be prevented and train each employee to include safety as a standard job practice. That commitment includes an awareness of proper work methods, use of personal protective equipment, and proper use of tools and equipment. We frequently request the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to inspect our job sites for adherence to federal safety regulations.

Hill has worked diligently to keep our people and job sites safe, as evidenced by our EMR recording below 1.0.

This attention to safety along with our employees’ own personal commitments has helped earn numerous safety awards and the recognition of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC).

Days Without an Accident