The health and safety of each and every Ward Bros. employee is our top priority. At Ward Bros., we are committed to maintaining the most rigorous health and safety program possible — a program that minimizes the risk of accidents for staff, the general public and property.
Ward Bros. ensures all employees participate in the health and safety program, equipping each employee with the proper equipment, training and documentation. Employees are responsible for refusing to perform any work they consider unsafe, following all health and safety procedures and practices, working with a safety-first awareness and attitude, and, whenever possible, committing to help improve safety
Safety is everyone’s responsibility. All personnel, including management, superintendents and our workers, are responsible and accountable for safety on the jobsite. All work performed by any member of the Ward Bros. team is performed in a manner that ensures the employee’s safety, the safety of others working on-site, the safety of the general public and protection of company property.
Please note that the safety information in this policy, or any other policy set forth by Ward Bros. Construction Ltd., does not take precedence over Alberta Occupational Health & Safety. All employees should be familiar with Alberta Occupational Health & Safety: Act, Regulation and Code.
WBC recognizes that employees are their most valuable asset and therefore are committed to providing them with a safe and healthy working environment. The continuous advancement of the safety program along with clear communication about health and safety to their employees is what fuels the safety culture at Ward Bros. Construction Ltd.
All Ward Bros. employees are trained in their health and safety responsibilities as well as First Aid, Fall Protection and any additional safety training required for their job within the organization.
The following reflect our commitment to workplace health and safety.