Mike Dunham (left), President of Associated General Contractors (AGC), Georgia Branch, and Bill Chambless (center), past AGC President, with Phillip Allen (right) attend A&G event to celebrate Four Years with No Lost Time.

         Awards for Safety Excellence
Allen & Graham puts a tremendous emphasis on safety.  Our full time safety supervisors are present to enforce OSHA standards as well as site specific safety plans. Over a 4-year span, we had no lost time due to safety issues. We take great pride in this accomplishment.  Our safety personnel collaborate with customer safety representatives to ensure total team safety. Specifically, on a regular basis, we provide formal safety training for all personnel; we perform employee drug testing, construction site inspections, weekly and quarterly safety meetings, and job hazard analyses (JHA).

Incidents are reviewed by our Safety Management Team to determine the root cause of the incident.  Corrective measures are taken to prevent a similar incident in the future.  Site Safety Inspections are performed and documented to give us leading indicators for accident prevention.

All employees have 10 hours of OSHA training and our Superintendents have over 30 hours of OSHA training. Additional training may include:
  • Trench and excavation competent person training
  • Twic Cards for Port Access (Georgia Ports Authority)
  • Courses in rigging and crane signaling
  • Level 1A erosion control certification
  • CPR, first aid and blood-borne pathogen training
  • Specialized training for our clients to work in paper mills, chemical plants, government facilities, food processing plants and hospitals
  • Steel erection, suspended platforms, scaffolding, man lifts and aerial lifts
  • Certified welders and equipment operators
A&G is a drug-free workplace and supervisors have drug awareness training.

Allen & Graham, Inc. promotes a Team Safety Culture, with SAFETY as our #1 priority!

David Flynt
Safety Director
  • 30-hour OSHA Construction Safety and Health training.
  • OSHA Competent person/ excavation.

  • As safety director, David is ultimately responsible for day-to-day safety for our construction jobsites. He closely monitors sites by making regular site visits and safety audits, as well as coordinating safety training and providing safety “toolbox talks” information for the field. David ensures that all employees are aware of safety issues on the job and are up to date on applicable safety training.

    Jeffrey Johnson
    Field Safety Superintendent
  • OSHA Courses # 30-Hour, 500, 510, 5600.
  • OSHA competent person – Trenching and excavation.
  • OSHA Construction Safety Competent Person.
  • First Aid/CPR-Blood-Bourne Pathogens.

  • Jeffrey has worked for 10 years in the field supervising safety on large scale construction projects. He coordinates with clients to make sure safety expectations are upheld in the field. He also gives daily safety talks to the employees about precautions concerning their specific work.

    Travis Rockett
    Field Safety Superintendent
  • OSHA Courses # 500, 502, 510, 3110, 7845.
  • GSWCC Level 1-A, G.U.F.P.A, First Aid/CPR/AED.
  • Subpart CC Crane Comp. Person.
  • Certified Rigger and Signalperson.

  • Travis is a dedicated safety professional who has worked solely in safety management for over 10 years as a site safety manager and safety consultant. Travis coordinates with clients/general contractor personnel and manages the day-to-day safety aspects of the jobsite, thus assuring the continuity of the project. As a site safety Supervisor, Travis’ scope of work includes jobsite orientations, on-site training & documentation, focused and general site audits, OSHA record keeping, excavations, confined spaces, scaffolding and crane operations just to name a few.
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