Danos Construction Achieves 1 Million Man-Hours Incident Free

Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Danos’ construction service line has reached an important milestone; they have worked 1 million man-hours without a recordable incident as classified by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

“From the field to the support team, this milestone is a credit to the diligence of our entire construction team,” said owner Mark Danos. “We have strong field leadership, excellent craft workers and engaged safety technicians assigned to each project, all of whom prioritize safety throughout their daily work.”

Danos also noted that many clients are allowing early engagement by the construction team in the execution planning process. This provides a chance for managers to better evaluate the scope of each project and build a team that is best suited for each job, resulting in higher performance with a lower chance of incidents.

“Safety has always been and continues to be our number one priority, and we strive to have each Danos employee return home in the same condition they came to us,” said Danos.

The company currently has over 600 employees working in areas of construction. Project locations include Gulf of Mexico, Permian Basin, Marcellus Shale, Danos’ Amelia facility and onshore locations across south Louisiana.