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At INTECH, safety is more than a job requirement; it is an integral part of our corporate culture. Our focus on job safety starts and ends with each and every one of our employees.

Our unique program is designed to empower all of our employees and to assign them an active role in sustaining and improving safety, with the goal of eliminating all accidents from our projects.

What truly sets INTECH apart from the competition is our unyielding dedication to our Safety program. Not only do we make it everyone's job to promote a safe workplace ... but we employ individuals who "work the program" every day.


INTECH is proud of a safety program that is often used as a model by others due to its depth, its adherence to a strict protocol, and most importantly, its success.

Under the guidance of INTECH’s Corporate Safety Director, Jim Ryan, a site-specific safety program is developed for each project. A program manual is created for the workforce, and on the first day a project starts, a copy of the manual is provided to every individual assigned to the project. Visitors to INTECH project sites – subcontractors, owners, architects, engineers, and guests – are all required to adhere to the safety policies as established. We allow no exceptions.


INTECH's program includes ongoing safety training for its workforce to ensure OSHA compliance and to regulate enforcement. Quality in Service sessions take place throughout the year for project superintendents to cover topics such as tools, electrical hazards, scaffold, fire protection/prevention, rigging, crane safety, and fall protection.

All INTECH superintendents and foremen are 30-Hour OSHA and CPR/AED/First Aid certified. In addition, all INTECH project managers are also 30-Hour OSHA trained.


We are grateful for the acknowledgements given to us by our industry partners:

Mid-Atlantic Construction Safety Council
Jim Ryan, Safety Director, 2010 Safety Professional of the Year

American General Contractors Association (AGC)
Best National Construction Safety Award - Finalist 2005

American Red Cross
Help Can't Wait Award - 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011

General Building Contractors Association (GBCA)
Best Construction Safety Excellence Achievement - 2005
Best Construction Safety Excellence Achievement - 2004