Conti Safety Program Strengthened by Positive EMR Trend
March 31 2015
The most recent calculation of Conti’s Experience Modification Rate (EMR) has shown a significant downward trend over the past five years with a decrease of 14% this year compared to 2014 and an overall decrease of 27% since 2011.
As EMR is used in part to measure the effectiveness of a contractor’s safety program, this trend reflects Conti’s increased focus on promoting safe behaviors in the field. The firm seeks continual and consistent improvements to its behavior-based safety program each year, including Activity Hazard Analysis safety audits and safety incentives. Conti looks to further improve these measures in maintaining a safe work environment at all of its job sites.
August 21 2017
Engineering News Record’s competitive 2016 Best Project Awards have been announced. Conti received a Best Project award in ENR’s Texas/Louisiana region for its US Army Corps of Engineers New Orleans district Mississippi River Levee, 4.2 project in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana.
July 18 2017
The most recent calculation of Conti’s safety statistics has shown continuous improvement for the past five years with OSHA Experience Modification Rates (EMR), Days Away, Restricted or Transferred (DART) Rates, and Recordable Incident Rates trending down. To date, Conti crews have worked a total of 359,328 man-hours on 49 projects with no Lost Time Incidents.