Bryan Builders has been recognized as Platinum level in the ABC STEP program!

Founded in 1989 as a safety benchmarking and improvement tool, STEP has evolved into a world-class safety management system that dramatically improves safety performance among participants regardless of company size or type of work. Participating ABC member firms measure their safety processes and policies on 25 key components through a detailed questionnaire with the goal of implementing or enhancing safety programs that reduce jobsite incidents.

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Commitment to Safety:


We implement our comprehensive corporate safety program on all Bryan Builders project sites. Based on a philosophy of training and accountability, this commitment to safety begins with top management, extends through all levels of supervision and is regularly communicated to all crews and personnel. Our supervisors also receive ongoing training to improve skills and maintain safety assurance. Our professional staff develops policies and implements programs to ensure safety remains our top priority—every day on every project.


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Proactive Policies:

Bryan Builders safety professionals work with each production team to evaluate safety measures for each potential project. During construction, safety and supervisory staff continually monitor the work environment to identify and eliminate potential hazards and assure full regulatory compliance. Bryan Builders is highly experienced working in a variety of industries regulated by OSHA, NPDES / SWPPP, EPA, NASCLA and others.


Safety Orientation Program:

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  • Please know the Location of your local emergency facilities and phone numbers

  • BB Safety Regulations which are to be followed and are located onsite

  • BB Visual Safety Poster for clarification are located onsite

  • BB Portable Stations will be located through the building with reminder signage, fire extinguishers, first aid kit, eye wash station.

    • (Please take note of where they are located daily)

  • All visitors are to follow BB PPE requirements (vendors, truck drivers, etc.)

  • Please be respectful and maintain the cleanliness of the Porta Johns

  • Smoking Stations will be located outside and marked with the appropriate signage. All Cigarette Butts are to be disposed into the appropriate buckets and not on the ground. This includes NO chewing or vaping inside the building

  • There is not eating or drinking throughout the building except for water. breaks and lunch will be in designated areas ONLY and must remain clean.

  • Weekly tool box talks are to be turned in on Friday by the end of the day.

  • Any New Workers will need to go through this same orientation. If they do not have a BB safety sticker on their hard hat they will be immediately asked to attend this orientation to understand the project requirements.

  • If you see something of a safety concern please say something or do something and notify us immediately.

  • Bryan Builders takes SAFETY FIRST! We want everyone to go Home the Same Way they Arrived.

  • Signing and turning in of orientation acknowledgement form

  • Awarding of BB Safety Sticker

Covid-19 Safety Orientation Program:

  • All Subs, Vendors and Suppliers must undergo Bryan Builders COVID-19 training in order to maintain active status on any job site

  • Each crew must follow specific guidelines as to maintaining distance and staying within designated work areas

  • All personal hygiene practices MUST adhere to the CDC COVID-19 standards (hand washing, sanitizing and cleanliness of tools and area)

  • Each person on site must participate daily in the process of logging in when entering site and logging out when leaving

  • Each person on site must participate in daily review of COVID-19 selected questions

  • Have you knowingly been in contact with someone that has tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days?

  • Have you been on a cruise or traveled internationally within the last 14 days?

  • If any person is suspected of being sick or visibly showing symptoms, it will be reported and that individual will be asked to leave the site and seek medical attention immediately

  • All personnel are to maintain the CDC standard of a distance of 6 feet apart at all times

  • Personnel-specific tools will be required.  Cleaning protocols to be established if tool sharing is needed.

  • Personal tools will not be allowed in gang boxes.  All tools stored within the gang boxes must be cleaned per the site cleaning protocol

  • Lunch gatherings organized to maintain safe worker distance

  • Pre-start huddle protocol limited to one representative from each subcontractor (i.e. foreman) to discuss daily safety plans, work activities, deliveries, etc. This will be done at a safe distance or virtual

  • Community equipment and tools will be checked out on a daily basis and cleaned at the end of the shift

  • All personnel must utilize their own dedicated PPE.  Shared/community PPE will not be allowed

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Safety Regulations:

  • HARD HATS MUST BE WORN at all times. Metal, hardhats are not to be used.

  • Report all injuries to the BB Superintendent immediately.

  • Report unsafe conditions or unsafe acts to your supervisor and to the BB Superintendent.

  • Use of personal protective equipment (PPE) as required by law including but not limited to: Ear, foot, eye, and hand protection, etc.

  • High visibility shirts or vests must be worn at all times.

  • Appropriate clothing must be worn at all times. Including: shirts, long pants, and boots.

  • Lift correctly: using your legs to take strain, not your back.

  • Approved respirators are to be used when conditions warrant and as required by law.

  • Good housekeeping by all personnel is mandatory

  • Scaffolds and ladders shall be used in accordance with all laws and safety regulations.

  • Fall protection is required for any work performed at 6 ft. or above and as required by OSHA.

  • Machine guarding is required for all power operated tools, generators, equipment, etc.

  • Powder actuated tools will not be used by non-licensed operators and without proper personal protective equipment.

  • Hand tools must be kept well dressed, handles to be replaced as needed to prevent injury from flying particles.

  • Fire protection equipment is not to be tampered with or removed from assigned location.

  • No employee, other than the operator, will ride on any trucks, loaders, material hoists, fork lifts, shovels, or other moving equipment.

  • Only authorized and properly instructed employees shall operate machinery, equipment, tools, or vehicles.

  • All engines must be shut off when refueling.

  • NO SMOKING in or within 30 ft. of all work areas and entrances.

  • Heavy equipment must have backup warning devices as required by OSHA.

  • Proper warning signs must be posted prior to the use of any equipment as required by OSHA.

    • Such as Lasers, powder actuated tools, cut off saws, etc.

  • Subcontractor will maintain all required SDS information on-site and will be responsible for any costs or fines associated with lack of required OSHA information

  • Any unsafe act by any job personnel will be grounds for dissmmal.