SafetyIES Commercial and Industrial
Overview of IES Safety
IES employees receive safety training before starting work.
Employees also receive project specific safety orientation at the jobsite.Our regular safety review and audit processes conducted with each division include and measure key safety measurements to continually assess our safety performance and promote improvement. To learn more about IES Commercial and Industrial’s Safety Program and Culture please contact Senior Vice President of Safety Harvey Hammock.
Our commitment to safety is reflected in our numbers
Experience Modifaction Rate (EMR)*
EMR reflects overall safety record and is applied to a company’s insurance premium. A lower EMR means fewer accidents and a lower cost of insurance.
INDUSTRY AVG 1.0
OSHA Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR)*
Recordable rates are used to show the relative level of injuries and illnesses among different industries, forms or operations within a single firm. A lower rating means fewer injuries and increased safety performance.
INDUSTRY AVG 3.1
OSHA Lost Time Incident Rate (LTIR)*
OSHA Lost Time ratio reflects nonfatal injuries that cause any loss or time from work beyond the day or shift it occurs. A lower Lost Time Ratio means fewer injuries and increased safety and productivity performance.
INDUSTRY AVG 1.14