Safety is the top priority at B&I, we strive to make sure everyone gets home to their loved ones every day. Each member of our team plays an integral role in building a strong safety culture and providing a safe place to work. It’s important that we all work together to achieve this goal.

Risk identification
Brain matters
Mental health awareness
Bandi Employees

With a track record spanning 60 years in business, safety is our top priority. Our dedicated safety team is composed of experienced professionals who work diligently to ensure that all of our commercial construction projects are completed safely and efficiently. Our team is well-versed in OSHA regulations (including OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 certifications) and industry standards, and they work closely with our project managers to identify and mitigate any potential hazards on the job site.

We conduct regular safety audits and training to ensure that all of our employees are well-informed and equipped to work safely. With our company, you can trust that your project will be completed safely and without incident.

Nick Vishio

Acting Safety Manager

Martin Gittens
Field Safety Coordinator, Southwest Region
General Contractors

Terrance Sheperd

Field Safety Coordinator, West Central Region


Kimberly Pasek

Safety Administrator

B&I Contractors, Inc. License Numbers:
  • CM-C1251280
  • EC-13012803
  • CF-C1428277
  • CG-C1535008
B&I Contractors, Inc. Is Bonded Through:
  • Construction Underwriters Inc.
  • Bonding is done by the contract location assignment and is provided upon request. 
Insurer(s) Affording Coverage:
  • National Trust Insurance NAIC #20141
  • Bridgefield Casualty Ins. Co. NAIC#10335
  • Indian Harbor NAIC#36940
  • FCCI Insurance Company NAIC#10178 
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Mental Health Awareness

Just as important as keeping our brains safe physically with a safety helmet, is ensuring we take care of our mental health. One in five construction workers has faced challenges like anxiety, depression, or substance abuse. Fighting the stigma surrounding mental health issues helps all of us stay stronger and safer together.

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Staying hydrated is essential for maintaining good health and safety on the job site. Dehydration can lead to a range of health problems, including fatigue, headaches, and heat exhaustion, which can be dangerous in a high-risk work environment. Drinking water frequently and taking breaks in the shade is essential to prevent dehydration and ensure that you are working safely and effectively.

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Brain Matters

The most effective tool that we have is our brain, which is why It’s crucial to emphasize the importance of wearing a safety helmet. While old-fashioned hard hats made of leather and canvas were once the standard, modern safety helmets offer superior protection. A helmet protects the most vital organ in our body from the hazards that are present on construction sites.

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Risk Identification

It is important to remember that we all face risks and make mistakes every day. While these may not cause harm in our personal lives, they can have serious consequences on the job. To minimize exposure and harm, it is crucial to be aware of when errors are likely to occur, assess hazards, and identify critical safety steps in our activities. Effective communication is vital to creating a safer workplace where we can all watch out for each other.

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 Safety is the industry’s top value, and establishing a supportive culture is essential to creating a safe work environment. Feeling safe and having the power to speak up when we see something unsafe are important to our day-to-day well-being at work. Establishing a supportive culture is essential to creating a safe work environment.

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