Five Star Builders Safety Stats
Workers Compensation (EMR)
Number of Exposed Hours

Five Star’s new employee orientation includes written safety information as well as instruction from immediate supervisor.
- Monthly all Field Employee Safety Meetings.
- Supervisor safety meetings are held bi-weekly   at the Five Star office.
- Daily Toolbox safety meetings held on job          sites.
- All Five Star supervisors have been trained in   First Aid and CPR and ensure that First Aid     kits are available on all job sites.

Five Star Builders takes our employee health and safety very seriously. We have developed an industry leading program that starts on an employee’s first day. Orientation and training are keys to our success; every employee attends a pre-employment, as well as a yearly orientation, followed up with pre project safety audits looking for potential mitigation opportunities.  This is followed with task JHA’s (Job Hazard Analysis) and daily crew meetings.

Companywide safety meeting are held every month addressing a variety of topics from fall protection, confined space entry, hazard mitigation, to employee morale.  These training events provide excellent opportunities to share and develop our beliefs.  Supervisors instruct each worker about the correct and proper procedures for performing each task.

This familiarizes the worker with the potential hazards of doing the tasks and advise him or her as to how such hazards can be minimized or eliminated.

Building construction can be one of the most dangerous occupations. Everyone must pay particular attention to safety and at all times be conscious of the safety of others as well as yourself. Safety is based on knowledge, skill and an attitude of care and concern. We stress being cautious at all times and ask questions. Do not go ahead with a task if you are uncertain how it is done, or if you are unable to do it.  Five Star Builders employees know safe work practices, and we provide training for these practices and follow them.