Jobsite safety is serious business.

Jobsite safety is of paramount importance each and every day. To that end, Lauth’s commitment to safety starts with the basics: training and enforcement of OSHA safety standards on every job site. We recognize that safety is a shared responsibility between all parties and through enforced safety controls, we can provide a safe working environment. A high-level overview of safety parameters includes:

  • Subcontractor safety orientation prior to job start (offered in English and Spanish)
  • Weekly safety meetings and toolbox talks
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE) requirements including: hard hats, safety glasses, work boots, face shields, hearing protection, body harnesses, etc. Specific requirements for each job are communicated during training.
  • Lauth Project Superintendents and Project Managers complete 30-Hour OSHA construction training & First Aid/CPR training
  • Third-party safety audit consultant
  • OSHA inspection participation
  • Written Hazard Communication Program on site
  • Subcontractor completion of Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for hazardous chemicals
  • Fire prevention plan
  • Post-accident drug & alcohol testing

To access the Lauth Construction Safety Orientation video in English, please access this link:

To access the Lauth Construction Safety Orientation video in Spanish, please access this link:

To download the Subcontractor Annual Orientation Checklist form, use this link: Subcontractor Safety Orientation Checklist. Complete and return to the onsite Superintendent.

Our safety partner includes: Safety Management Group,