Safety and quality of life are Gray’s most important values.
Our dedication to safety goes above and beyond OSHA requirements. We conduct company-wide trainings, set measurable goals, and stringently monitor our jobsites and field teams. Our safety record, including Gray team members and subcontractors, is over 50% better than the industry average. Still, we view even one incident as unacceptable. Our goal is always to make sure everyone goes home safe at the end of each day.
Gray has been recognized for achievements in safety with multiple honors. We are a recipient of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) Willis Construction Safety Excellence Award. We are two-time recipients of the first-place honor in the 500,000+ construction management hours worked division.
From our perspective, worker safety is the most important enabler of quality. See how our thorough approach to safety informs our comprehensive approach to delivering quality projects for our customers.
The safety of our customers, team members, subcontractors, and business partners ties back to Gray’s number one core value: We put safety and quality of life first. As such, we are carefully adhering to federal and state guidelines, taking precautionary steps to do our part in preventing the spread of the virus.
The Gray Safety 6
Plan for every task
- 02Go Fever
Take minutes to save days, weeks, or months
- 03Blink of an Eye
Incidents can happen instantly
Once an incident starts, you can’t stop it
Communication is critical to setting our safety culture on site
Everyone has the authority to STOP
Everyone is accountable:
If you see it, you own it;
if you pass by it, you condone it