Faith Technologies Receives Build Safe Partnership Program Renewal Acceptance
Renewal Reviewed by The Builders’ Association and OSHA
Lenexa, Kan. (June 11, 2013) – On May 17, 2013 Faith Technologies, an electrical and specialty systems contractor, received acceptance for its Build Safe Partnership Program (BSPP) renewal. The BSPP is a voluntary program dedicated to improve safety and health performances, and it also recognizes employers with exceptional health and safety programs.
Both The Builders’ Association and OSHA administrators in the Kansas City, Omaha, St. Louis and Wichita-area offices review the renewal application. Faith Technologies has participated for the past seven years.
“This renewal highlights our employees’ and leaders’ ongoing dedication to safety,” said Ted Sommer, director of safety for Faith Technologies. “Safety is always at the forefront in everything we do, and our continued participation in the BSPP only reinforces Faith Technologies’ commitment to jobsite safety.”
BSPP began in 2001 and evaluates the following for safety and health performance: experience modification rating for the three most recent years, number of injuries/illnesses from OSHA 300 logs for the three most recent years and total case injury/illness incidence rate for the three most recent years. It also evaluates the following for a company’s safety and health program: safety and health manual; policies and management support; training and orientation; administration procedures and OHSA inspections.