Safety First

Our top priority in every aspect of our business

Iron Woman is committed to creating a safe environment for our employees, their families, and our clients. Through a TEAM (Together Employees Accomplish More) commitment, we can prevent unnecessary injuries and work in unison to create a zero-harm workplace. 

Iron Woman’s TEAM Commitment doesn’t just start at the top; it is a part of every employee. Iron Woman’s safety culture is documented and signed by every employee. It also allows us to be second to none in safety, quality, and production – our company’s operational creed. 

The following principles guide our health and safety performance:

To achieve a zero-harm workplace, we’ve instituted the following principles that help guide our procedures and our employees:

  • Our goal is to achieve a zero-harm workplace.
  • All injuries are preventable.
  • If we can’t perform a task safely, we will not perform the task.
  • Working safely is a condition of employment.
  • Everyone is accountable for their safety and the safety of those around them.
  • Everyone is expected to identify hazards and manage risks.
  • Everyone must maintain the necessary skills to work SAFER.
  • There are certain safety practices that, if breached, may lead to termination of employment.

Safety Awards

Recognition for our committed safety culture.

Iron Woman won 2nd place NATIONALLY in the Over 400,000 Hours Utility Infrastructure Division of the AGC Construction Safety …
Three drivers on the Iron Woman team were recognized in this year’s Colorado Motor Carriers Association Safety Awards…
Iron Woman earned first place in the 2019 Associated General Contractors of America’s (AGC) Willis Towers Watson Construction…