It is Lone Star's policy to provide and maintain a safe and healthy work environment for all personnel.

To achieve this goal, every reasonable effort shall be made to utilize the principles of incident and loss prevention in the management of all activities and programs.

Specifically, it is line management's responsibility to identify, control and/or eliminate known hazards which can result in personal injury or illness, property damage, fire, breach of security, negative environmental impact or any other form of controllable loss.

All personnel are ultimately responsible for their own safety by complying with legislative, company and industry standards, as well as by promptly reporting all unsafe acts or conditions of supervisors. Supervisors are responsible for taking immediate action to solve such problems.

The success of our safety and loss prevention program requires the dedication, commitment, involvement and participation of all personnel working together to achieve this common goal.


Safety is an integral part of Lone Star's operations. The Lone Star family of Companies is committed to the goal of zero incidents on all projects. No work is so important that it cannot be done safely.

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