IAG is committed to protecting the safety and health of  employees, subcontractors and neighbors, as well as the interests and assets our clients entrust to us.
Safety Performance
Overall Injury Report 2018
Lost time cases
Restricted work cases
Medical Treatment
Total Recordable Incidents
Years Incident Free
8 years
"The best way to build a true safety culture is to make safety important to each person working on the project. Placing a multitude of rules and requirements on workers is just policing. We must act as a resource for workers and help provide practical solutions that keep the worker safe and productive."
Paul Westberry, Board of Directors, IAG
Safety is integrated into every facet of our operations, and it serves as a guiding principle from the planning stages of projects all the way through completion. 
Vetting of Contractors
In-depth vetting of contractors and sub-contractors’ current and past safety performance, safety programs, and response to IAG’s Safety Questionnaire sets the stage for success.
Pre-Bid Meetings
Requirements of the CSAP are explained in detail so that all queries are answered, adjustments to budgets and schedules may be made, and full understanding of the importance and priority of the safety program is ensured.
Pre-Mobilization Meetings
Upon awarding the contract, we facilitate a meeting with the selected supervision for the project. The meeting objectives: in-depth discussion of the Contractor Safety Assessment Program, review of contractor safety plans, and common understanding of expectations.
A project specific safety orientation is created outlining the project safety requirements and contents of the CSAP. All personnel on the project are required to attend the orientation prior to performing work.
Construction Management / Contract Administration
IAG construction management teams ensure compliance through rigorous daily administration.
Project Closeout
At the end of each project we conduct a Plus/Delta, with everyone involved to discuss which areas of the safety program were successful and which areas could be improved. Those findings are then reviewed and any necessary adjustments are made for future projects.