WW Clyde Honored at AGC Construction Safety Excellence Awards

WW Clyde was honored with national Associated General Contractors (AGC) Construction Safety Excellence Awards (CSEA) accolades last month, as announced at the AGC Annual Convention in Grapevine, Texas. 

In the category of under 800,000 work hours, WW Clyde won in the Highway and Transportation Division for its efforts of navigating the 2021 calendar year without any recordable incidents. 

The CSEA recognizes construction companies who excel at safety performance. It closely examines each candidate’s commitment to safety, occupational health management, and risk control. Unlike other safety award programs that limit criteria to frequency rates, the CSEA selection process is considerably more comprehensive.  

WW Clyde was reviewed prior to selection for evidence of company management commitment, active employee participation, safety training, work site hazard identification and control, and safety program innovation. 

At WW Clyde, our people are our most important assets. And since the construction industry is full of variables that can affect the safety of employees, keeping them safe for an entire year is a monumental achievement in the history of the company. 

Previously, WW Clyde was recognized by the AGC of Utah with a Safety Excellence award as well as internally with the Best Safety Score award as the subsidiary of Clyde Companies with the best internal eMOD score (construction safety rating) in 2021. 

To continue its focus on safety in 2022, WW Clyde is providing its employees with additional safety training to help minimize accidents in the workplace. WW Clyde will strive to be incident-free again in 2022.