LORD's Management Team is dedicated to providing active leadership and support to develop and maintain a Safety Program that assures a safe and accident free work environment, not only for our employees and subcontractors, but  also for our clients, other contractors' employees and the general public.

  • All workers are trained in "OSHA 10 hours"
  • All Management, Group Managers, Project Managers, Project Engineers, Superintendents, Foremen and Saftey Representatives have "OSHA 30 Hours" Training.
  • Our Corporate Safety Department is trained in OSHA 500.
  • Established  CPR  & First Aid Trianing and Certification for all Management and Key Employees.



Ongoing education and training efforts are mandatory for all employees. These address the safety rules and regulations as determined by Federal, State, Local and LORD. They also address health and environmental concerns. Our written Safety Program requires that all OSHA requirements and our policies be monitored via frequent inspections and meetings.


The company has received many achievement awards for its ecellent safety record as well as a modified rate for its workmen's compensatoin insurance premium on account of its excellent safety record over the past several years.

  • Mechanical Contractors Associaiton of America Safety Award
  • Puerto Rico Manufacturers Association, Excellence in Safety Awards
  • General Contractors Association (AGC), Health and Safety Award
  • Torcon Safety Excellence Award for Pfizer COPPOR Project
  • Skanska Award for Outstanding Safety

Safety News

LORD's Safety Trainings & Activities

National Safety

This past May 6-10, 2019, LORD participated in OSHA's nation-wide awareness campaign aimed to stop falls and prevent accidents in the construction industry.

Safety Training

Marking the beginning of every project, we have a mandatory safety briefing.  The event above was held on December 19, 2018, in preparation for Plant Access to a Large Scale Oil & Gas Project.


During September 2017, LORD announced two separate SPECIAL SHUTDOWNs of all Work in preparation for Hurricane Irma and two weeks later Hurricane María. This came after our crews had taken state wide emergency preparedness measures for all field sites and some of our major clients including pharma and heavy industrial. SAFETY FIRST!