➢ The General Duty Clause,
Section 5(a)(1) of the Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) Act of 1970,
29 USC 654(a)(1), which requires employers to furnish to each worker
“employment and a place of employment, which are free from recognized
hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm.”
We believe that technology, and health and safety management systems can be used to improve organizations and people.
We believe that companies deserve dedicated and personalized service creating a transformative experience in the measurement and acknowledgement of safety efforts.
“Every Day our field crews on every project around the country are in engaged in great safety efforts to plan their work activities to reduce and mitigate risk. At the same time our executive, corporate support, and project management team also put in great effort to help our field crews, subcontrators, and public safety.”
OUR CORE VALUES
Personal and responsive service, continual improvement, passion and creativity are core values. We are committed to using technology to increase the influence of daily human interactions in the improvement of individuals and organizations.
“We can use technology to make safety effort more meaningful to the individual, more relevant to the circumstance, more engaging with others, and more educational. Workers can demonstrate the ability to practice specific process and procedures designed to enhance workplace safety. Technology, safety measurement, and visibility combine for success.“
– Jon Wickizer Founder of Acknowlogy