Environmental, Health & Safety Management


Braun Construction Group manages the environment, health, and safety of our people and projects with meticulous care that is evident throughout all construction phases. Through active involvement with our clients, subcontractors, vendors, and partners, every activity is analyzed and planned to assure the highest level of environmental stewardship, as well as, the health and safety of all workers assigned to the project, the client, and the general public.

Braun uses Total Quality Management (TQM) techniques to fully integrate the EHS management program into each project. We provide training in EHS management to all Braun Construction Group project managers, empowering them to identify and correct EHS issues immediately. Subcontractors are also trained to assure requirements and responsibilities are clearly communicated. Field superintendents practice the skill of "pre-task" planning assuring all job activities are identified and potential hazards are discussed before the project begins.
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Environmental, Health & Safety Management

Braun Construction Group manages the environment, health, and safety of our people and projects with meticulous care that is evident throughout all construction phases. Through active involvement with our clients, subcontractors, vendors, and partners, every activity is analyzed and planned to assure the highest level of environmental stewardship, as well as, the health and safety of all workers assigned to the project, the client, and the general public.

Braun uses Total Quality Management (TQM) techniques to fully integrate the EHS management program into each project. We provide training in EHS management to all Braun Construction Group project managers, empowering them to identify and correct EHS issues immediately. Subcontractors are also trained to assure requirements and responsibilities are clearly communicated. Field superintendents practice the skill of "pre-task" planning assuring all job activities are identified and potential hazards are discussed before the project begins.
 

Committed to working with each client to identify and control environmental considerations, including:


  • Green building techniques
  • Controlling soil erosion and sedimentation
  • Minimizing dust and noise exposure
  • Controlling indoor air quality during construction
  • Managing waste through re-use and recycling
  • Preserving trees and indigenous plants and wildlife
  • Utilizing local and regional material to increase demand for local building products and minimize the impact that long-haul transportation has on the environment
  • Certification assistance

Award Winning Excellence

CAM Safety Achievement Awards 2018


Achieved injury rates below industry average in the following categories:

  • Lost Workdays
  • OSHA Recordable Injuries
  • 51,000 to 199,999 Hours Worked

CAM Safety Achievement Awards 2017


Achieved injury rates below industry average in the following categories:

  • Lost Workdays
  • OSHA Recordable Injuries
  • 0 to 50,999 Hours Worked

CAM Safety Achievement Awards 2016


Achieved injury rates below industry average in the following categories:

  • Lost Workdays
  • OSHA Recordable Injuries
  • 0 to 50,999 Hours Worked

CAM Safety Achievement Awards 2016


2012-2017
In Recognition of 5 Years Worked Without A Workers’ Compensation Claim


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All field superintendents have completed, as a minimum, the following EHS Training:


  • OSHA 30 Hour Safety Standards for Construction
  • Basic and Advanced Safety Planning Techniques
  • First Aid/CPR/Blood Borne Pathogens
  • Incident Prevention and Control
  • Accident and Incident Investigation Procedures
  • Asbestos Awareness
  • Crisis Management
  • Competent Person for Excavations
  • Storm Water Management
  • Fall Protection