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Working safe is contagious, catch it

At Century, safety isn’t just our policy – it’s our collective responsibility. Every job hinges on a foundation of safe working practices, requiring our employees to maintain extremely high standards of safety awareness and accountability. We encourage a safety-first mindset to minimize risk in every aspect of their work.

Century’s safety policy and loss prevention program often exceeds OSHA requirements. By working cooperatively to promote safe work practices, our administrators, superintendents, and tradespeople ensure its success.

To that end, Century employs a full-time safety director who regularly visits and carefully inspects each of our jobsites, and each project team includes an on-site engineer trained in OSHA 30. In addition, many of our safety representatives are authorized OSHA outreach trainers who are able to train employees in both OSHA 10 and OSHA 30, ensuring a highly qualified, safety-conscious crew.

Century’s entire safety program is reinforced through continual training and ongoing incentive programs. Incentives include rewards, awards, and raffles presented on a daily, quarterly, and yearly basis to eligible employees who regularly follow safe work practices. We also offer an employee recognition program that celebrates individuals who go above and beyond expectations with regard to on-site safety.


Safe Employee of the Year Winners

Brian Baril

Joe Costa

Charlie Dubina

Declan Gallagher

Roger Perreault

Matt Pirraglia

Rich Staskowski

Victor Terra

Safety Incentive Poster

In the Community

As an organization, Century engages with the safety community as a whole.  The organizations we participate in include:

In the News

Walls & Ceilings Magazine: Sept. 2014

"Century Drywall employs a full time safety director and three safety officers whose primary responsibility is to visit every jobsite regularly..."

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Safety Suggestion/Improvement

Century Drywall is committed to providing a safe workplace for our team. If you have an idea or suggestion to help improve the safety of our operations, please feel free to submit an entry below. Please provide as much detail as possible if this is regarding a condition on a specific job. This is also meant to be anonymous, so you do not have to submit any personal information. However, if you would prefer that we follow up with you directly, please indicate how you would like to be contacted (by telephone, in person) so we may contact you after reviewing your suggestion.

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Forms and Documents

Safety Policy Statement

Injury Report