Safety is more than just following rules and regulations at work. Our safety culture is part of who we are while we are at work, and at home. Keeping our people safe is a responsibility we don’t take lightly.
As of Monday, March 8, 2021, Rogers Group Inc. (RGI) has purchased the sand, construction aggregate, asphalt and construction assets of Huntsville, Alabama-based Reed Contracting Services (Reed).
Managers of RGI and Reed are working diligently to ensure a smooth transition and no interruption of service to our customers.
Click here to read the official announcement on Rogers Group’s website. (https://rogersgroupinc.com/alabama/rgi-purchases-reed-contracting/)
Click here to learn more about joining Rogers Group’s zero-injury safety culture. (www.rogersgroupinc.com/careers)
At Reed, safety is regarded as a fundamental value of the organization, and is the responsibility of every employee, at all levels. There is no exception to this. Performing our work safely is a primary business consideration for us. Our safety culture is a mindset that is practiced by our employees both on and off the job. It is who we are.
We are committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment to our people, because we believe that everyone benefits from an injury-free and accident-free workplace. We believe that all incidents are preventable, and we begin training our employees before they step foot on a Reed job site. New hire safety orientation is mandatory for all employees.
With an EMR well below the industry standard across a wide field, we have proven year after year that we walk the walk when it comes to safety. In fact, Reed is a proud award member of the Associated Builders and Contractors STEP Program. STEP has evolved into a world-class safety management system and is utilized by Reed Contracting.
Tim has over 13 years of safety and health experience in the general industry and construction. He has spent many years managing safety compliance while building chemical plants all across the Southeast. Tim joined the Reed organization after spending a couple of years as a consultant working in the state of Alabama in a wide variety of chemical plants, performing program audits, training, and industrial hygiene monitoring.
Stan has spent more than 25 years in the public safety field with the City of Decatur. Stan has many years of training in such fields as accident investigation, HAZMAT mitigation, and OSHA compliance. He is a first aid/CPR instructor and a paramedic of 20+ years.