On August 11, Crux marked 365 days without a recordable safety incident. This is the second time in three years employees have reached this benchmark, following a 702-day stretch in 2016. The commitment to safe operations has been recognized across the industry, earning Crux awards from both the International Association of Foundation Drilling (ADSC-IAFD) and the Inland Northwest Associated General Contractors (NWAGC).
“We’re proud and excited for everyone in the organization whose hard work helped Crux achieve these accolades. We plan to continue our focus on the health and safety of our greatest assets – our people,” Safety Director, Jackson Menke, said. “These awards truly belong to our people in our shops and in the field, and I want to thank them for their dedication.”
Recipients of the NWAGC “Excellence in Safety Award” must have completed 365 days recordable-incident free, have an incident rate of zero, and an active safety plan that includes training, program innovation and management commitment. The ADSC-IAFD Safety Award recognizes companies that possess proactive and dynamic safety programs that prevent injuries and accidents throughout the year. The award is presented to companies who have completed 365 days without a recordable incident and indicator statistics below the industry average.