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Certification Program’s “Qualified” Status. The Construction Consumer’s “Approved” Status. Feb. 27, 2008. “ Qualified ”. Accepted as “ Approved ” Within Everyone’s Safety Prequalification Process Safety Program Elements Compliant to OSHA Standards

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Certification Program’s“Qualified” Status

The Construction Consumer’s “Approved” Status

Feb. 27, 2008


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“Qualified”

Accepted as “Approved” Within

Everyone’s Safety Prequalification Process

Safety Program Elements Compliant to

OSHA Standards

Historical Safety Performance “Trailing Metrics”

@ Least Equal to Industry Specific Averages

Feb. 27, 2008


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Original Thought Process………

“CERTIFIED”

> 75

SPRS

> 50

< 0.9

EMR

< 1.0,

1.1,

1.29

< 4.6

TRIR

< 6.8,

9.1,

15.0

< 2.6

DART

< 3.8,

5.2,

7.3

Mandatory?

“QUALIFIED”= “APPROVED”

Didn’t Provide Evident “Common Ground”!

Feb. 27, 2008


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“Qualified”

Safety Program Review Score >50% -

With All Mandatory Elements

Experience Modification Rate (EMR) <1.00

3 Year Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR)

<OSHA’s Current*Industry Specific TRIR

3 Year Days Away, Restrictions & Transfers (DART)

<OSHA’s Current*Industry Specific DART Rate

No Fatalities w/ Serious &/or Knowing Citations

* Never Increasing

Feb. 27, 2008


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3 Year Calculation

<IOSHA NAICS

Specific Classification

“Certified Partner”

1 Year Calculation

<80%IOSHA NAICS 238

“Certified”

3 Year Calculation

< OSHA NAICS

Specific Classification

National Average

“Qualified”

Approved w/in Consumer’s Prequalification Program

Utilized w/ Risk Mitigation

3 Year Calculation

<80% OSHA NAICS

Specific Classification

Feb. 27, 2008


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TRIR Review

Significantly More “Industry Specific” Rates Available.

Indiana’s Variance From Average Is 73% Greater Than National.

Use Of National Numbers Logical For Growth.

Feb. 27, 2008


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Example…

“Sparky Electrical”

200520062007

Man-hours250,491243,741292,357

Recordables 7 3 9

TRIR 5.6 2.5 6.2

“3 Year” TRIR = 4.8

[(7+3+9) x 200,000] / (250,491+243,741+292,357)

Not (5.6+2.5+6.2) / 3

NAICS 23821 National “Electrical” = 5.8

“Certification” Requires (5.8 x 80%) = 4.6


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Safety Prequalification Initiated


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Pre-Qualification - What’s In It For Me?

Minimizing Incidents & Injuries…

Minimizes Project Disruption

Minimizes Health & Legal Claims

Minimizes Regulatory “Attention”

Minimizes Negative Publicity

Is The Right Thing To Do!


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