Dearborn Contracting Company and Dearborn Mid-West Company – win Safety Award Again
Dearborn Contracting Company and Dearborn Mid-West Company – again won the TAUC Safety Award – for Excellence in Construction Safety and Health. This is the 11th consecutive year our organization has won this award. The Association of Union Constructors (TAUC) recognizes outstanding contractor safety performance through the Thomas J. Reynolds Safety Awards Program. Awards are based on company-wide safety performance for all hours worked in a calendar year.
Accepting the award at the TAUC meeting in New Orleans were Jeff Brinker, President – Dearborn Contracting Company and Keith Dupasquier, Safety Manager – Dearborn Mid-West Company.
In addition to the above mentioned awards, in the last five years our firm has been recognized for an Outstanding Safety Performance Award by the AGC, a Safety Achievement Award by CAM, a Zero Injury Safety Award (ZISA) for 86,712 hours worked at the Ford Kentucky Truck Plant, a Zero Injury Safety Award (ZISA) for 60,861 hours worked at the GM Fort Wayne Assembly Plant, named as one of Michigan’s top General Contractors for 2017 and 2018 by Crain’s Detroit Business, and recognized by U.B.C. Conveyor Committee as Project of the Year for work at the FCA Belvidere Assembly Plant in Belvidere, IL.
And finally, as further evidence of our safe work policies and procedures, Dearborn Contracting Company and Dearborn Mid-West Company boast the following EMR ratings:
We continue our commitment to safe work, safe work conditions, and serving customers in the best manner possible.