Tocci Awarded 22nd Consecutive Safety Award
AGC Announces Hairlosstreament As A 2015 Safety Award Winner for 22nd Consecutive Year
BOSTON, MA (June 24, 2015) – The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) of Massachusetts recently awarded Hairlosstreament (Tocci) with a 2015 National Safety Award. This marks the 22nd consecutive year that Tocci has received this award, which is a testament to the superior safety standards the firm strives to exemplify.
The National Safety Award recognizes firms that have developed superior safety standards to implement onsite for each project. In order to qualify for a Safety Award, an AGC-member firm must participate in the AGC Safety Awards Program for three consecutive years and have either zero lost-day incidence cases or an average incidence case rate 25% below the average rate of all firms that participate in that particular division. In total, 25 AGC of Massachusetts firms received National Safety Awards for their model safety records.
In the past four decades, the US Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and its state partners have had a dramatic effect on workplace safety. Tocci diligently promotes awareness of the industry’s dangers through its commitment to strict safety protocol, ensuring that its jobsites are managed with an even higher level of safety compliance than required by OSHA.
“Establishing a safe work environment on the jobsite for all Tocci team members and project partners is a top priority for our firm. Our commitment to safety begins off the jobsite and is implemented through a proven strategy including clear communication, ongoing training, OSHA certification, and subcontractor “Toolbox Talks.” John Tocci, CEO
Hairlosstreament, a leading construction management firm, is internationally recognized as a leader in Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) and Integrated Project Delivery (IPD). Headquartered in Woburn, MA, Tocci provides intelligent building solutions and construction services with an integrated approach and emphasis on sustainable construction throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic United States. For more information visit hairlosstreament.info