Safety

In Fiscal Year 2017 (FY17), we made Safety history!

  • Launched a digital Safety Playbook to help project teams perform work safely anywhere.
  • Closed the year with our strongest safety results to date.
  • Three projects received a perfect Project Safety Review (PSR) score.
  • Received multiple Workplace Safety Awards from the National Safety Council.
 

Why is Safety mission critical?

 

What is the future of Safety?

Who We Are

We are 87,000 experts in more than 150 countries dedicated to staying safe on and off the job, so that we can realize the potential of our projects, transform communities and improve people’s lives.

Why is Safety mission critical at AECOM? Hear insights from our Chairman and CEO, Mike Burke, and Chief Safety Officer, Andy Peters.

What We Believe

Our nine Life-Preserving Principles are core to everything we do. Through the voices of our leaders, learn what these principles mean and how we bring them to life in our day-to-day work.

 

“We closed FY17 with our strongest safety results to date. Three AECOM projects received a perfect Project Safety Review as a result of exceptional focus on each of our nine Life-Preserving Principles. The more we talk about safety and uphold our principles, the closer we get to our goal of zero employee injuries.”

Andy Peters
Chief Safety Officer

 

Deephams Wastewater Treatment Plant

 

Shawnee Clean Air Project

Safety Insights

A Project Safety Review score is measured by criteria based on our Life-Preserving Principles. Hear insights from our people who scored a perfect 100 percent safety score and the techniques they applied to ensure their colleagues went home safely every day.

Our Results

Since FY10 we have decreased our Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) by 74%. During that time we have also reduced our Lost Workday Case Rate (LWCR) by 93%. Find out more in this report.

Download AECOM’s past reports:

2017: Nine ways to zero PDF
2016: Delivering a safer world PDF
2015: Getting to the heart of safety PDF
2014: A culture of caring PDF
2013: Safety for life PDF