Just as in a military mission, the first step in a safety engagement is to gather intelligence. To fully understand the environment, the risk factors, the personnel, and the goals of the project. We accomplish this by conducting an exhaustive review of every aspect of the project. Our evaluators have spent thousands of hours over multiple decades inspecting operations of all sizes, as well as overseeing the safety of our armed servicemen in some of the most dangerous places in the world. They’ve acquired an unparalleled ability to see what others miss – to recognize risk where others have been overlooking it – and to provide clear and effective recommendations to mitigate it.
A three-phase approach that ensures results.
Our clients marvel at the effective, disciplined way we do business.
To us, it’s all about following the system.
Phase 1: Baseline Safety Assessment
Phase 2: Plan of Action & Milestones
Once we’ve gathered all the key information, our team will develop an action plan for implementation. This will include documentation of every step necessary to accomplish the safe completion of your project. From written documentation of recommended safety and contamination prevention protocols to diagrams of key spaces, flow lines and processes to ensure safe execution, this plan is comprehensive and detailed. It also includes milestones and recommended timelines for accomplishing each step, to ensure accountability on all sides and help us support your project schedule.
Phase 3: Training & Education
A BCI engagement is about more than just watching over your people while they’re on the job. It’s about creating a permanent mindset shift in your team and creating a “culture of safety” that permeates everything they do from here on out. So to ensure this is accomplished, we conduct thorough safety training for both your front-line staff and their managers. And because we started our program by gathering detailed data on your business operations, our trainers are able to effectively engage your team using suggestions and strategies based on the realities of their job – leading to greater compliance and improved morale as well as a safer jobsite.