All of Day & Zimmermann's engineering, construction and maintenance projects are managed through a comprehensive safety program that includes policies and procedures that are based on the five “high-impact Zero Injury techniques” identified by the Construction Industry Institute (CII)
as best practices used by owners and contractors striving to achieve zero injuries.
In our drive for ZERO, Day & Zimmermann has become an industry leader in the development and execution of innovative, industry-specific tools that allow us to prevent injuries while working in often hazardous environments. Our Environmental Safety & Health reporting tool is a robust, web-based application that captures safety and human performance-related incidents; methodically guides supervisors through a thorough safety investigation process; tracks, trends, and graphically outputs key safety performance indicators; and generates real-time reports for both our management team and customer representatives. This vital data, and our ability to share it in real-time, allows us to work with our customers to respond immediately and effectively to incidents and later disseminate lessons learned information across our organization.
Our senior management champions and exemplifies our safety culture and commitment, including purposeful collaboration with customers in promoting our zero injury philosophy throughout all projects; advocating for comprehensive assessments and detailed analyses by our expert safety teams; sponsoring extensive and specialized safety training for all employees; and fostering an environment that is conducive to the successful implementation of our safety processes.
Nuclear Worker Fatigue Management Program
As part of our commitment to stay on the cutting edge of industry safety practices, we have also developed a comprehensive Nuclear Worker Fatigue Management Program in response to evolving worker fatigue rules and guidelines.