Safety is about success today, and in the future.
Our innovative safety standards exist for every person who will come in contact with a Nunn Construction project site or a completed build.
Our culture of safety goes beyond a safe worksite. We strive to stay at the forefront with safety design in purchasing, construction, repairs and maintenance – and we have for over 30 years. Our extensive experience working with sensitive populations enhances our ability to keep projects clean, limiting interruptions to daily business and keeping all of our clients out of harm’s way.
Signature Safety Programs
Third Party Inspection
Nunn employs a 3rd party safety inspector who visits each jobsite monthly. This provides clients with accountability and transparency regarding project safety.
All Nunn Construction Superintendents have completed their OSHA-30 or OSHA-10 training. They are also required to complete continuing safety education. Our leaders always have the most up-to-date safety precautions in mind.
Each sub-contractor has to pass a safety screening and be pre-qualified to work on Nunn Construction projects. This creates a successful worksite where safety is everyone’s priority.
All first-year employees wear a white hardhat on the jobsite. Foremen and superintendents can easily identify and cultivate safety with new employees thanks to this system.
Hazardous Conditions Training
Nunn employees are thoroughly trained to avoid incidents and/or personal injury including training in HAZCOM, asbestos awareness, ASHE, CPR, equipment use, fall protection and more. This training puts prevention at the center of safety considerations.
Experience Modification Rates (EMRs) are numbers used by insurance companies to gauge the risk of injury for a company. Nunn has an extremely low EMR, which translates to lower worker compensation premiums.
Nunn has never had a ‘serious’ OSHA violation. This fact keeps our insurance costs down, which translates to lower project costs.
“We appreciated Nunn Construction having us on site to review rescue procedures during steel construction on the second and third floors. This type of pre-planning on your part certainly would have helped us save lives and perform a rescue in the safest manner possible. ”