Safety

Safety is rooted in everything we do

We believe that the safety of our employees, subcontractors, and clients is paramount.  Our seasoned safety professionals have decades of experience in the field and are fully engaged in our projects from beginning to end. From outages to pre- and post-construction, our safety and construction managers oversee the owner’s site to ensure the project is constructed safely and in accordance with the client’s safety program. Trained in the latest OSHA requirements, we hold ourselves accountable to the highest safety standards and are constantly focused on assessing risk to prevent occupational hazards and lost time accidents.

As a self-insured company, we are especially passionate about protecting persons and property. Our robust safety incentive program requires that we train constantly, address safety issues daily, and audit jobs regularly. This daily due diligence keeps us performing at our best, mitigates risk, and assures project success.

From the way we approach projects to the specialty services we offer, our guiding principle is to continuously seek ways to improve safety, function, and production for complex industrial environments. This commitment has driven the development of our safety and specialty services, including turnkey fall protection systems and training, machine guarding, and comprehensive site safety management.

Award-winning safety performance

ITAC’s award-winning safety performance is the result of our employees’ careful attention to all company operations. This unwavering commitment to safety has earned ITAC prestigious awards, including BB&T Insurance Services’ Lighthouse Beam Safety Award, an honor for which only 3% of clients in BB&T’s entire footprint have qualified and received.

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1,047,511

safe man hours without a lost time injury (as of September 2021)

Safety is a personal commitment as well as a team effort at ITAC. We vigilantly strive to create a positive safety culture characteristic of individual and group values, attitudes, perceptions, and behaviors on every client project.

– Sean Fleming, MS, CSP, Corporate EHS Director