Hobbs Incorporated Awarded Excellence in Safety Awards
Updated 2:51 pm, Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Hobbs Incorporated was recently granted two awards for construction safety excellence from the AGC of America and the Connecticut Construction Industries Association. The awards were recently presented at the annual banquet.
The CCIA safety excellence award is presented to those companies whose commitment to construction safety exceeds the standards in establishing a safe working environment between a contractor and the subcontractors.
CCIA created the Safety Excellence award program to recognize those companies that have sustained superior employee safety and health program results.
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The CCIA Safety Awards Program is offered annually. Hobbs Incorporated has been a recipient of that award for nine years running.
The AGC's Safety Award is based on standards from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). In order to complete for the Safety Award, a company must maintain a record above the national average for a period of five years running based on the agencies recordkeeping requirements.
"Hobbs, Incorporated, objective has always been to create and maintain a safety and health program that will simply make certain that each worker on every jobsite goes home to their family safe at the end of the day. As simple as that objective sounds, it requires the commitment of each and every person on the project to work safe," Scott Hobbs said. "The success of a company depends not only on production and sales, but also how safely each job is performed. There is no job so important -- nor is any service so urgent -- that we cannot make time to work safely."
Hobbs, Incorporated is a firm located in New Canaan that provides high-end custom residential construction services throughout lower Fairfield County, Westchester County, Long Island and New York City.