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Find out how your company could be 770 percent safer than the industry average. ABC's Safety Training Evaluation Process (STEP) is a safety benchmarking and improvement tool that dramatically improves safety performance among participants regardless of company size or type of work. Find out what information you need to compile to complete the 2017 online application in this thorough walk-through for members and chapter staff, and gain national recognition for your safety performance.  

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STEP Up to World-Class Safety

 

For the past 27 years, ABC’s Safety Training Evaluation Process (STEP) has helped make ABC member companies safer. STEP participants have total recordable incidence rates well below the Bureau of Labor Statistics industry average and STEP Platinum participants are an astounding 720 percent safer than the industry average.

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ABC Hits a Grand Slam During Safety Week 2016

Safety is a key focus of ABC and each year the association joins other construction groups to increase safety awareness during Safety Week. In 2016, ABC helped host a special Ballpark Grand Slam for Safety at Nationals Park, in which workers came to the stadium for safety and equipment demonstrations and exhibits, a Stretch and Flex exercise and more.

Built on Merit

Representing the interests of construction companies large and small, ABC of Wisconsin fights every day to protect our cherished free enterprise system. They advocate for careers in the industry built on pride and accomplishment. And you can be assured our members’ projects are Built on Merit.

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Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace

ABC and its association partners continue to promote and increase awareness of the hazards substance abuse creates in the construction industry through the Construction Coalition for a Drug- and Alcohol-Free Workplace. By the end of 2015, 4,183 companies had signed the Drug-and Alcohol-Free Workplace Pledge, committing to establish drug- and alcohol-free jobsites and offices. 

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Honoring a Commitment to World-Class Safety

The National Safety Excellence Awards recognize companies that share ABC’s goal of getting to zero-incident jobsites and sending every employee home safely each and every day. These awards honor ABC members that work to prove that world-class safety is achievable with a company-wide commitment to safety as a core value. 

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Understanding the Impact of STEP Participation on Overall Safety Performance

To help understand the correlation between the use of measures companies can take to keep workers safe on jobsites (leading indicators) and the number of incidents, accidents and injuries that occur (lagging indicators), ABC created the Safety Performance Report, which offers a clear picture of the remarkable impact leading indicators have on a company’s safety performance.

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Safety Week 2015

ABC was a partner in the second annual Safety Week, an industry-wide event created to help focus attention on safety in the workplace and at home, and educated the industry’s workers on their roles as safety leaders. ABC launched Safety Best Practices, which includes member- and partner-submitted resources such as toolbox talks, safety stand-down guides, and sample audit and inspection forms. ABC kicked off the week with a safety stand-down at a HITT Construction/Power Design job site and sent members safety tips on daily themes throughout the week.

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