Through meticulous planning, personal engagement, and constant vigilance, we ensure everyone leaves the jobsite in the same condition they arrived.
"We are going to give every tool, create the culture, and empower everyone, but it starts with the right heart, and the right mind, with the right people, doing the right thing."
- Robby Moser, CEO, Clark Construction
Clark's safety expectations and requirements are among the most stringent in the industry. We know that being a leader in safety means continuously evaluating the way we build and challenging the status quo to identify better means of keeping our people safe.
Below are some of the more impactful advancements we have made in recent years:
- Requiring safety helmet requirement for all employees and trade contractors
- Requiring third-party inspections of mobiles cranes before they are placed into operation on jobsites
- Implementing comprehensive falling object prevention measures, including tool tethering, strategic material storage and full-height netting during construction operations
- Elevating our minimum cut-level for gloves
In 2017, Clark became the first general contractor in the United States to require all employees to wear safety helmets with chin straps, which offer greater protection against traumatic brain injuries and other head injuries.
In 2022 – again as the first contractor to do so – we extended the requirement to all trade contractors working on our jobsites nationwide.
In 2019, Clark’s National Equipment Group led an effort to minimize the dangers of operating heavy equipment.
After extensive research, the team had our equipment retrofitted with a Keytroller Slingbelt – a piece of equipment that makes it virtually impossible to operate heavy equipment without a buckled seatbelt.