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Clayco Safe – Setting a New Standard

Founder Bob Clark has a personal passion for unmatched safety and has created a culture where we place safety as the most important deliverable on any project.

We take a proactive approach to safety management to provide our clients with projects that go incident free.  Our own branded safety program, Clayco Safe, empowers all personnel on any job site to identify and correct hazards/at risk behaviors, reinforce safety compliance and execute the highest standard of safety procedures and practices.

At Clayco safety is not only important on the job but off the job as well. The Clayco safety motto of “Clayco Safe We Live By It” is one way we communicate that safety is 24/7


The goal of a company-sponsored, stretching program is to provide work-specific stretches to help our employees increase their overall flexibility and range-of-motion. These stretches will lengthen the muscle tissue making the muscles less prone to trauma, tears, and other types of injuries. A stretching program will also help muscles and tendons recover more quickly from job fatigue. It is a good idea to stretch before work activity, both at the beginning of a shift and after lunch breaks, at a minimum.

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Clayco understands the need to recognize those working safely in the field. 

Several methods of recognition are possible on a Clayco project, however, one of the key events is our annual Field Recognition safety event. All field workers are invited to attend a dinner and opportunity to receive some nice prizes. This event is held to show appreciation for the focus on safety all have made over the past year.


As a result, our Experience Modification Rate, a rating system used by insurers to gauge risk of on-site injury, and our Total Injury Rate have beaten industry averages for the past nine years. We are continually improving our processes to enhance our zero injury culture preventing incidents through an organized safety and risk management approach that employs the following: