At The Thomas J. Dyer Company, safety is not a priority. It is a core value. Through proactive safety initiatives, we track, manage and analyze our results to ensure on-time project completion and excellent results for our customers.
- STAC Health and Safety Management Portal – one source to manage and maintain safety training and certifications
- iAuditor – tool to capture data via smartphone or tablet with automatic syncing capabilities that enables faster communication and the ability to analyze and improve our safety performance
Our Safety Leadership
The Board of Certified Safety Professionals certifies John Patton as a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and he’s a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE). In addition, John is an authorized OSHA outreach trainer for the OSHA 10- and 30-hour classes in Construction. As our safety leader, John implements employee safety awareness and supports proactive management disciplines to ensure a strong corporate safety culture.
We endorse a proactive safety culture relying on the ownership and teamwork of our employees. The foundation of our safe work environment will be education, training and recognition. By stressing the importance of Safe Actions, we will grow our safety awareness and then recognize the contributions of those employees in support of this proactive safety culture. We will continually seek innovative ways to build upon our core safety values. Our success will be defined by measurably increasing our “Safe Actions” resulting in injury reduction.
Exceptional safety performance is a direct result of the organizational culture. To achieve a viable safety culture, safety must be internalized by each individual within the organization. Once safety is internalized it becomes a core value of the individual; core values cannot be compromised. Therefore, safety is a value associated with every priority. Internalized safety values are outwardly demonstrated by “Safe Actions,” those actions that demonstrate work performed safely. Safe Actions are measurable and are used to create and reinforce the internalized core values.
TJ Dyer Results
Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR)
(4.7 is the national industry average TRIR)
- 2017: 1.73
- 2016: 2.25
- 2015: 1.96
- 2014: 2.35
Experience Modification Rate (EMR) – Worker’s Compensation
- 2018: 0.47
- 2017: 0.53
- 2016: 0.53
- 2015: 0.53
- 2014: 0.53