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Peter Garger, CIH, CSP, Corporate Safety and Health Director, at

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Corporate Safety and Health Program

Safety the number one priority on every project!

Commitment to a Safe Work Environment

EAs employees are our most important resource and protecting them is our greatest responsibility. We are committed to providing a safe and healthy work environment for our employees and contractors. Meeting this objective requires the sustained commitment of each employee to create and maintain an injury free, environmentally safe workplace. Strict adherence to EAs established safety and health policies and practices is essential to reach this objective.

EA is committed to providing the resources and tools necessary to ensure that employees are capable of fulfilling their safety and health responsibilities. In addition, if an employee believes an unsafe condition exists, he/she is empowered to suspend or stop work pending resolution of the condition by appropriate members of supervision and/or management.

Safety and Health Program

EA considers the safety and health of our employees, clients, and visitors, and the prevention of work-related accidents and illnesses and property loss, to be of the highest priority. Proactively implemented, EAs comprehensive and systematic safety and health program has resulted in more efficient and more effective operations by improving employee health and morale, and by reducing workers' compensation costs, lost time, fire and liability insurance premiums, and property damage.

EA maintains an established Safety and Health Program Manual and Construction Operations Program Manual that are used in conjunction with site-specific safety and health plans for all of our projects.

Our employees are fully trained for hazardous waste operations; munitions response; confined space entry; activities requiring up to and including Level A (supplied air) personal protective equipment; asbestos, lead-based paint, and mold assessment and abatement monitoring; and a variety of construction and remediation hazards. Field team leaders are also fully trained in CPR and first aid.