Case manages compliance in all areas of our business. View a category below to learn more about our compliance in that area.
Case Contracting is committed to producing projects in complete compliance with environmental, state, and federal OSHA requirements. Safety is a business challenge that must be met in today’s construction marketplace. Through active training, monitoring and motivation we make safety a priority. Case Contracting’s average Workman’s Compensation Mod Rate over the last 10 years is under .75.At Case Contracting, we have developed a safety program that promotes an injury-free environment that provides the safest workplace possible for our employees, subcontractors, and others who enter our jobsites. Our reputation for safety performance has been gained through real experience on job sites.Supervisory personnel on all projects complete the 10 hour OSHA Training Course. The Safety Director and two additional members of the Safety Committee have completed the 40 hour OSHA Training.Case Contracting’s Safety Compliance procedures encompass the following:Safety policiesHazard analysisJob safety analysisSafe work proceduresEmergency action plansTraining and educationSafety committeesAccident investigationsNotice of ComplianceFirst aid and CPR mandatory for every job site superintendentMandatory weekly job site safety meetings and inspectionsSafety orientation and training required of every new hireSubcontractor managementWorker involvement
At Case Contracting we are committed to ensuring that our projects are in strict compliance with federal, state, and local environmental requirements. A successful project depends on how well you identify, analyze, and manage your environmental risks. Every Case Contracting project incorporates the requirements of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (“NPDES”), and are staffed with EPA certified Storm Water Professionals in storm water compliance. At Case Contracting, we have developed an environmental compliance program that includes a Compliance Officer in addition to the jobsite Superintendents for each project, all of who have at least five (5) years of experience in environmental compliance oversight. Their responsibilities are to implement and maintain the pollutant control measures described in the SWPPP (Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan) by all personnel on the jobsite. Case Contracting’s Environmental procedures encompass the following: Pre-Construction environmental review Filing of the Notice of Intent Obtaining the required Permit, either federal or state Environmental Pre-Construction Meeting with all subcontractors Installation of BMP’s prior to ground-disturbing activities Weekly Meetings Daily Inspection of the jobsite by the Superintendent Bi-weekly inspection of the jobsite by the Compliance Officer Reporting compliance Coordination of borrow, waste or spoils, materials, and equipment storage Inspections by local, state or federal agencies Final inspection and filing of the Notice of Termination Retention of records as required by Environmental Laws
It is the policy and employment practice of Case Contracting to take affirmative action to hire employees without regard to race, creed, color, sex, national origin, age or handicap, including disabled veterans, and veterans of the Vietnam era, and to treat them equally with respect to compensation. Case Contracting will act without discrimination in all employment practices, such as employment, upgrading, testing, placement, demotion or transfer, recruitment, advertising, layoff or termination, recall, rates of pay, overtime or other forms of compensation, benefits and selection for training, including apprenticeship.
This policy is communicated to all company employees so that the above principles will be understood and carried out. Case Contracting is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer and all applications for employment shall be considered on a nondiscriminatory basis.
LEED (LEADERSHIP INENERGY & ENVIORNMENTAL DESIGN)
Case Contracting feels it is imperative to support and promote green building design and practices. We are committed to doing our part to protect the environment, and we work to fulfill that commitment by incorporating sustainable and environmentally responsible practices wherever possible. Our resources and many years of experience enables us to offer valuable input regarding the materials and processes used in a construction project, thereby allowing us to best direct our clients and reduce the impact a building project has on the environment.
Case Contracting encourages all of their employees to achieve their LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) accreditation through the US Green Building Council (USGBC). We believe that our success in achieving LEED objectives is directly related to our team’s comprehensive understanding of the LEED criteria.