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Celebrating 11 Consecutive Years with an EMR Below 0.75
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At TNT, Safety is Job One. Our Safety program is a quantifiable system that is constantly reviewed, measured, and evaluated to ensure we are continuously moving toward our goal of an accident free workplace.

We are proud of our safety record. This year, TNT Crane & Rigging celebrates EIGHT CONSECUTIVE YEARS WITH AN EMR BELOW 0.75. Our Incident Rates are below 80% of the national average for our industry.  TNT’s safety performance has been recognized throughout the industry and we have received numerous safety awards.

TNT employs a dedicated group of full time safety professionals throughout our company.  These individuals have specific training, certifications, and knowledge and are an important asset to train and support our field employees.

The TNT Safety program is a quantifiable system consisting of outline elements each of which is reviewed, measured, and evaluated to ensure we are always moving in the right direction. The two main elements of the program are Doctrine and Continuous Improvement.

DOCTRINE
The Doctrine component of our Safety Program consists of three elements: Learn More»

CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
The Continuous Improvement component of our Safety Program consists of four elements: Safety Community, Communication, Training and Reporting. Learn More»
TNT Safety Awards and Certificates
At TNT we are proud that our safety program has produced excellent results.  Our company EMR has averaged below 0.75 since 2014.  
Our Incident Rates are at or below 80% of the national average for our industry.  This safety performance has also been recognized by the industry as illustrated by the recognition received in over the years:  
  • Houston Business Roundtable and the Houston Area Safety Council “Best in Class” award in the Crane and Rigging category at the 26th Annual Safety Excellence Awards in 2013. 
  • Associated Builders and Contractors Diamond Level Safety Award 
  • ExxonMobil Baytown ”Nobody Gets Hurt” Contractor Safety Award (2013, 2014, 2015).
  • LyondellBasell Bright Star Award for GoalZERO Safety Performance-(2013 ,2014, 2015).
  • Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association Crane & Rigging Group Safety Award (2013 and 2014) and
  • Crane & Rigging Safety Improvement Award (2013 and 2014)
  • HBR/HASC Best in Category Safety Award Crane & Rigging -Large (2015)

TNT is a member of multiple Safety Networks including ISNetworld, PICS and PEC. TNT is committed to perform services in an accident free workplace that protects people, assets and the environment.

The Doctrine component of our Safety Program consists of three elements: Identity, Base Principles and Documents.
  • Identity: At TNT we feel safety is important enough to warrant its own identity consisting of a symbol/logo and tagline. The logo is used on official safety correspondence, forms and safety incentives. and is a constant reminder of our company commitment to safety.
  • Base Principles: The Base Principles or values of our safety program are those that are unchanging and remain a constant commitment.  These have been created, defined, and are presented to employees and customers on a regular basis as a reminder that safety must always be our top priority.
  • Documents: Our safety manuals, safety forms, policies and procedures are living documents that are reviewed, updated and/or modified on a frequent and regular basis.  As regulatory guidelines and industry expectations change and update we strive to ensure that our policies and procedures stay current above and beyond industry requirements.  
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  • Safety Community: TNT employs a group of full time safety professionals throughout our company.  These individuals have specific training, certifications, and knowledge to be an asset to support field employees.  This entire group participates in weekly and quarterly safety community meetings.  The goal is to foster consistency across company locations, review trends, and share lessons learned.
  • Communication: The safety team communicates on a regular basis with the field workforce as well as members of management.  This is done through daily safety meetings, weekly safety meetings, safety incentive programs, safety newsletters, safety alerts, etc.  All safety community members participate in weekly updates reporting progress in their areas which is then shared with the company as a whole in branch safety meetings.  Company executives are updated on a regular basis of safety happenings and events. 
  • Training: Safety and skill training is offered company-wide on a frequent and regular basis.  Many of our locations have dedicated training rooms and we strive to conduct training through our in-house certified / qualified instructors.  Our current safety team includes OSHA instructors, MSHA instructors, First Aid / CPR instructors, NCCCO instructors, test administrators ,environmental trainers, NCCER instructors, paramedics, EMT’s, etc.
  • Reporting: A consistent company-wide incident reporting procedure is in place with defined roles and responsibilities for all involved
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