New to STEP?
Every ABC member wants to send its workers home safely every night. Take the first step towards achieving world-class safety by participating in STEP, whether you are beginning your safety journey or continuing to strengthen your performance.
Getting started with STEP is free, and it can help you lower your workers compensation insurance rates.
Leadership Commitment to
Cultural Transformation and Commitment to World-class Safety
World-class Safety System Process Introduced and Deployed
World Class Safety Gained
827% Safer Than the Industry Average
How STEP Works
The STEP Safety Management System is an organized approach for analyzing and developing safety and loss prevention programs, that incorporates both OSHA required safety data and self-assessment requirements to give a full, wide-ranging report on the entire nature of your company's safety program(s). STEP was developed in 1989, written by contractors, for contractors, and is designed to benefit both large and small contractors alike.
Participating companies score their level of achievement for each component on a weighted point scale and document their incident rates (TRIR and EMR).
Companies receive a recognition level of Diamond*, Platinum*, Gold, Silver, Bronze or Participant based on this data.
There is no charge for this service (unless you are applying for STEP Diamond or Platinum), and your responses are strictly confidential.
current level of safety performance and begin the journey to world-class safety.
safety performance year after year.
specific best practices to transform your organizations safety culture.
safety performance with peers in the industry.
company and workers by equipping them for safety success.
Participating companies score their level of achievement for each component on a weighted point scale and document their incident rates (TRIR and EMR). Companies receive a recognition level of Diamond, Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze or Participant based on this data.
Questions? Contact Rich Formanek, Safety Director, at 515-681-1542.