GWG has spent the last fifteen years developing the tools and skills required to efficiently and accurately deliver projects using the Design-Build approach
GWG’s project-specific safety manual and written contracts with trade subcontractors require compliance with OSHA and all national, state, local, and owner standards. A project specific Emergency Response Procedure is developed for each project site and is made part of project documentation available both on PROCORE and hard copy at the site. Both the Project Executive and Sr. Project Manager will have a minimum of OSHA 30 Hour Construction Safety Training. All other operations and field safety personnel will be required to have a minimum of OSHA 10 Hour Construction Safety Training. Daily inspections and weekly tool-box talks ensure all personnel on-site are aware of their duties to keep themselves and one another out of harms way. Those who do not comply after one documented warning will be removed from the site until GWG determines there is an appropriate remedy.
Each subcontractor is also required, as part of its contract requirements, to submit a written safety manual and a competent person to conduct periodic site inspections. The requirements of this manual do not override GWG’s manual or any AHJ standards; they only supplement with more restrictive requirements when present.