Health, Safety, Environment & Training 

We endorse excellence in resource management and have committed to protecting the general welfare and work environment of all employees and contractors through active leadership and support of occupational health and safety programs

ASRC Construction Holding Company (ACHC) management provides the support and resources necessary to ensure that effective health, safety, environment, and training (HSET) objectives are fully implemented for each project we participate in.

  • Required management, supervisor, and employee participation
  • Clear responsibilities and lines of authority
  • Enforcement of policies and procedures for employees and subcontractors
  • Review of subcontractor performance and training compliance
  • Pre-project and pre-task hazard analysis and mitigation measures
  • Environment Management System procedures to properly track and dispose of all project wastes and potentially hazardous chemicals in accordance with regulatory requirements
  • Project-specific training for employees and subcontractors
  • Equipment, tool, and personal protective equipment selection, inspection, and maintenance
  • Internal audit functions to determine the effectiveness of the HSET program and Zero Incident focus
  • Control and coordination with subcontractors and suppliers
  • Adherence to a strict drug and alcohol policy

Zero Incident Culture

All subsidiaries take the necessary steps to establish and maintain a Zero Incident culture that encourages safe behavior and creates work environments that prevent personal injury and property damage. Further, we comply with government legislation and minimize the impact of company operations on the environment.

Corporate and subsidiary management will actively lead program participation by regularly inspecting and auditing operations to monitor the effectiveness of safety, environmental, and loss management systems, to ensure active involvement of employees and contractors, and to reinforce our Zero Incident objectives.

Employees and contractors are accountable for performing their daily tasks with due regard for their own health and safety and stewardship of the environment. Training and instruction is provided to enable all employees to fulfill their program responsibilities. Management ensures that the necessary resources and procedures are in place to achieve these objectives. All levels of management and all employees are responsible and will be held accountable for completing work without incident or accident and for supporting the success of the mutually beneficial program.