USACE-NAVFAC SAFETY & QUALITY CONTROL
Cambridge Marine management and employees are committed to the principle of "All Occupational Injuries and Illnesses are Preventable." We believe that everyone's health and safety is an essential part of our business and that we all are responsible and accountable to effectively implement a safety program that will succeed in incident prevention.
Our management and employees are committed to being a leader in health, safety and quality practices. We believe excellence in HS&Q practices is vital and essential to all aspects of our business.
Our projects will be executed in a manner that maintains the health and safety of all those present at site including employees, contractors, and visitors and protects the environment. Regardless of position, each and every one of us is accountable for our safety and the safety and well being of others. It is our moral obligation to be safety leaders by identifying hazards, speaking up, controlling and taking necessary actions to eliminate hazards, up to and including the stoppage of work. We believe in treating each other with dignity and respect. We are all valued for not only what we do, but for who we are, and our contribution to the project's success.
Work will be conducted in a manner that meets or exceeds all laws and regulations. Health and Safety management systems will be established and communicated through our Accident Prevention/Safety plan to implement the appropriate processes for the protection of all on site.
A site specific USACE EM385-1-1 Appendix “A” defined Accident Prevention/Safety plan shall be developed for each construction site to ensure the mitigation of all potential hazards.
Additionally, a USACE-NAVFAC Quality Control Plan conforming to UFGS 01 045 02 shall be implemented.
CAMBRIDGE MARINE RECOGNIZED BY HOMELAND SECURITY
On April 17, 2015, Cambridge Marine Construction received the 2015 Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Small Business Achievement Award. This award was presented to Jeffery Johnson, President of Cambridge Marine, at the 11th Annual DHS Small Business Ceremony held in Washington, D.C.
The annual DHS Small Business Achievement Award is presented to select small businesses nationwide in recognition for exceptional contributions to the homeland security mission. The award is sponsored by the DHS Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization (OSDBU) and includes nominations and substantial participation by the broader DHS procurement community and program office in DHS components.