Featured Success Stories
Timber Roots Building Components is a wood roof, floor, and wall panel manufacturer serving lumber yards and contractors throughout Minnesota, North Dakota, and eastern Montana. Initially, the company learned about the Minnesota OSHA Workplace Safety Consultation program (Minnesota Consultation) through the company's corporate safety director. High incident rates and a desire to provide a safer workplace prompted the initial contact with Minnesota Consultation in 2006. The company received Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) status in 2008 and has received five renewals since. Its latest renewal was in 2021.
Founded in 1971, Superior Metal Products partners with companies that require simple to complex complete machined components and assemblies. Superior Metal Products learned of Nebraska On-Site Consultation Program in 2012 and immediately recognized value in what the program had to offer. In 2019, the company’s safety and health program reached a level deserving of acceptance into OSHA’s Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP). It received SHARP renewal in January of 2021.
Harris Rebar is a leading fabricator, installer, and distributor of concrete reinforcing steel and related products. Harris Rebar in Las Vegas began working with the Nevada Safety Consultation and Training Section (SCATS) on various construction jobs around the city. Harris Rebar’s fabrication shop had its initial Consultation visit in January 2013 and was awarded its first Safety and Health Recognition Program (SHARP) recognition in September 2013. Harris Rebar in Las Vegas has received four SHARP renewals since 2013, with the latest in 2021.
Opp Construction’s asphalt plant provides asphalt and other gravel products to contractors in North Dakota. Because of its continuous striving for safety excellence, its peers and mentors in the AGC awards program suggested that Opp Construction try consultation’s services. The company achieved Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) status in 2017 and renewed its status twice. According to Dave Opp, safety manager, "It is an honor and a great program to be involved in. I would recommend it to anyone who is able."