Working safely is everyone’s job.

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements are just the starting point for Consigli’s Safety and Health Program. We exceed OSHA standards in almost all categories and have created a culture of safety with every person who sets foot on a Consigli job site.

We require a minimum of 30-hour Certification for all Project Executives, Project Managers and Superintendents, and 10-hour Certification for all Project Engineers.  We also extend this commitment to subcontractors with the requirement of OSHA 10-Hour training for every worker, and offer these courses free of charge through our Consigli University program. Our proactive approach to safety is also demonstrated in the partnerships we have forged with OSHA delegations in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Maine.

Our program is based on the philosophy that one person can’t be responsible for the safety of an entire site-it must be monitored, enforced, and driven by every person on the team. With many sets of trained eyes on every trade, it creates an environment where safety is more than just an objective: it is the pulse of the entire project.