Alpine wins the Prestigious ABC Platinum STEP Award for their Safety and Training Program
Posted Aug 09, 2012 by David Guy
Established in 1989 by the ABC National Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S) Committee, the Safety Training and Evaluation Process (STEP) program was developed and written by contractors, for contractors.
Organized approach for analyzing and developing safety and loss prevention programs
The Key Component system forms a 20 point guide to starting, updating or auditing a company-wide safety program
Incorporates both OSHA required safety data with self-assessment requirements to give a full, wide ranging report on the entire nature of a company’s Safety Program
Recognition for ABC members at both National and Chapter level. With various recognition events held throughout the year. STEP can also lead into National Safety Excellence Awards and Accredited Quality Contractor recognition.
To qualify for STEP Platinum, an ABC member company must:
- Have a total recordable incident rate at least 25% below their NAICS code industry average in the past year;
- Maintain an Experience Modification Rate (EMR, or "Mod Factor") of 0.800 (0.900 for companies with less than 100 employees);
- Submit their official OSHA Form 300 and OSHA Form 300A for the previous year;
- Have not suffered a fatality that resulted in an OSHA citation in any of the previous 3 years;
- Meet the minimum 20 Key Components score