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1 Qualified Certification Programs Qualified Status Approved The Construction Consumers Approved Status Feb. 27, 2008

2 QualifiedQualified Approved Accepted as Approved Within Everyones Safety Prequalification Process Compliant Safety Program Elements Compliant to OSHA Standards Historical Safety Performance Trailing Metrics Industry Least Equal to Industry Specific Averages Feb. 27, 2008

3 Mandatory? CERTIFIED QUALIFIED QUALIFIED = APPROVED > 75SPRS > 50 > 75SPRS > 50 < 0.9EMR < 1.0, 1.1, 1.29 < 0.9EMR < 1.0, 1.1, 1.29 < 4.6TRIR < 6.8, 9.1, 15.0 < 4.6TRIR < 6.8, 9.1, 15.0 < 2.6DART < 3.8, 5.2, 7.3 < 2.6DART < 3.8, 5.2, 7.3 Feb. 27, 2008 Original Thought Process……… Didnt Provide Evident Common Ground!

4 QualifiedQualified 50% Safety Program Review Score > 50% - With All Mandatory Elements 1.00 Experience Modification Rate (EMR) < Year 3 Year Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) OSHA*Industry Specific < OSHAs Current* Industry Specific TRIR 3 Year 3 Year Days Away, Restrictions & Transfers (DART) OSHA*Industry Specific < OSHAs Current* Industry Specific DART Rate No Fatalities w/ Serious &/or Knowing Citations * * Never Increasing Feb. 27, 2008

5 Utilized w/ Risk Mitigation Certified Partner 3 Year Calculation < IOSHA NAICS Specific Classification Certified 1 Year Calculation < 80% IOSHA NAICS 238 Qualified Approved w/in Consumers Prequalification Program 3 Year Calculation < OSHA NAICS Specific Classification National Average 3 Year Calculation < 80% OSHA NAICS Specific Classification 3 Year Calculation < 80% OSHA NAICS Specific Classification Feb. 27, 2008

6 TRIR Review Significantly More Industry Specific Rates Available. Indianas Variance From Average Is 73% Greater Than National. Use Of National Numbers Logical For Growth. Feb. 27, 2008

7 Example… Sparky Electrical Man-hours250,491243,741292,357 Recordables TRIR Year TRIR = 4.8 [(7+3+9) x 200,000] / (250, , ,357) Not ( ) / 3 NAICS National Electrical = 5.8 Certification Requires (5.8 x 80%) = 4.6

8 Safety Prequalification Initiated

9 Pre-Qualification - Whats In It For Me? Minimizing Incidents & Injuries… Disruption Minimizes Project Disruption Claims Minimizes Health & Legal Claims Regulatory Minimizes Regulatory Attention Publicity Minimizes Negative Publicity Is The Right Thing To Do!


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