Casper’s Safety Record is No Accident
At Casper Company, there is a direct connection between our stringent Quality Control program and outstanding Safety record. Fewer incidents on Casper job sites means low experience modifier rates (EMRs), which translate directly to lower insurance costs. The very nature of the business we’re in—containing environmental hazards and demolition—present unique physical and health challenges that are addressed specifically in the Casper Company Injury and Illness Prevention Program Manual (IIPP).
Beyond the policies and procedures, Casper’s Safety Program is so ingrained in our crews before they even set foot on a job site that safety becomes second nature to every single member of the Casper family—from senior management and project supervisors to field crews and office staff. Each project is evaluated based on explicit needs and a tailor-made safety program is developed that is geared toward the specific building structure, staff and task requirements, job site and potential environmental challenges.
Leading by Example
Making this kind of commitment requires a dedicated Safety Officer who champions Casper’s training and development, ensures accountability of supervisory personnel and OSHA adherence, provides enforcement oversight, and conducts regular job hazard analysis. Dennis Gray’s diverse background of training and certifications in support of Casper Company’s Core-Drilling, Concrete-Cutting, Demolition and Environmental Divisions include:
- Asbestos Building Inspector, Contractor and Site Surveillance Tech
- Boom Lift
- Confined Space
- CPR/First Aid
- Fall Protection
- Lead Inspector/Assessor
- Mold Awareness
- OSHA 30-Hour Certification
- Ramset Instructor
- Scissor Lift
- Traffic Control/Work Zone Instructor