Injury and accident prevention programs
Strain injuries and slip, trip and fall injuries are two of the most common risks facing construction workers. Substance abuse can also lead to impairments that affect job safety. Our programs and resources are designed to address these and other construction work hazards.
The Soft Tissue Injury Prevention Program (STIPP), developed in collaboration with the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), promotes awareness of soft tissue injuries, while training participants on how to mitigate or prevent the impact of such injuries. STIPP, a complimentary program available to qualified customers, includes training that can be tailored to your company’s specific requirements.
Slip, trip and fall prevention
Slip, trip and fall prevention.We provide effective tools and training resources to help contractors address their unique needs, while working to achieve the broader standard of the Construction Industry Institute (CII).
Falls represent the greatest potential for severe, disabling or life-threatening injuries in the construction industry. As a contractor, you also face a special challenge: your team is at risk from slip, trip and fall hazards created by other on-site personnel, as well as those created by their own work activities.
Zurich believes that all construction contractors should operate under the 100% fall-protection standard recommended by the Construction Industry Institute. We provide exceptional resources to help you address your unique needs, while seeking to achieve this broader standard.
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ClickSafety®* provides a comprehensive catalog of discounted online safety training solutions. More than 300 courses, including over 55 in Spanish, are available to help you comply with training requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and other regulatory agencies.
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*ClickSafety® is not a subsidiary or affiliate of Zurich and use of their products and services are independent of, and not included within, Zurich’s products or services. Zurich expressly disclaims any and all damages and other costs that may arise related to the use of or reliance upon the products, services, representations or warranties made by or on behalf of ClickSafety.
Substance abuse program by Encompass Compliance Corp.*
Substance abuse program by Encompass Compliance Corp. Impaired workers not only cause more injuries, they also typically cause rework and increase exposure to third-party hazards. Our strategic alliance with Encompass Compliance Corp. assists in the development and maintenance of state-specific drug and alcohol testing policies.
* Encompass Compliance Corp. is not a subsidiary or affiliate of Zurich and use of Encompass Compliance Corp. products and services are independent of, and not included within, Zurich products or services. Zurich expressly disclaims any and all damages and other costs that may arise related to the use of or reliance upon the products, services, representations or warranties made by or on behalf of Encompass Compliance Corp.
Zero injury corporate culture
Zurich offers techniques to help you create a zero injury corporate culture, which can result in reduced claim severity and frequency, increased productivity and more.
- Zurich Hazard Analysis (ZHA) offers a powerful method for systematically identifying and managing various types of construction risks. Your company determines the gravity of the risks identified and what levels of risk you are prepared to tolerate, and we help you develop customized risk improvement measures.
- Zurich X-Ray assists you in distinguishing areas of corporate culture, management and communication that affect your operations by measuring the difference between management expectations and field perceptions.
- Zurich SafetyNet for Construction is a proprietary service from Predictive Solutions* that enables contractors to measure the effectiveness of their safety programs, determine leading indicators of risk and identify where their next injury is likely to occur.