Our Sponsors


Board Leadership

EXECUTIVE OFFICERS

Chair: Jeff PalumboShea Homes

Co-Chair: Jason Harris, TRI Pointe Homes

Treasurer: Dave Highfield, Fortress Framing

Risk Assessment Sub-Committee Chair: Chuck Roberts, Haberer Carpentry

Training Sub-Committee Chair:  Brian Gillen, Simpson Strong-Tie

Training Sub-Committee Co-Chair:  Jackson Babbs, SFI Compliance, Inc.

2017 COMMITTEE MEMBERS

"When it comes to Safety: Information, Education and Knowledge are Power! The Home Safe Colorado program is the “Go To” educational resource for all residential construction professionals. The program has been designed to strengthen a company’s aptitude in the safety sector. The program offers assistance based on OSHA compliance training and graduates to the development of a complete safety program tailored to a company’s specific needs.  The value of the Home Safe Colorado program will promote benefits that will hopefully minimize the risk of injury to our Colorado workforce and create a “Nobody Gets Hurt Today” mindset." - Jeff Palumbo, Shea Homes CO, Safety and Environmental Manager

Job Site Safety Committee/HomeSafe® Colorado Info

About HomeSafe® Colorado

Membership Requirements and Annual Member Dues

HBA members in good standing can participate in the JobSite Safety Committee. To be a part of HomeSafe® Colorado, membership is free to HBA members in good standing. 

Meeting times

Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month at 2 p.m. in the HBA building. 

Click to learn more about HomeSafe® Colorado

About the Job Site Safety Committee/HomeSafe® Colorado

What does this committee do?

The JobSite Safety Committee works to minimize construction job site hazards and risks. Among its efforts is HomeSafe® Colorado, a first-of-its-kind program that began as a partnership between the HBA of Metro Denver and OSHA. 

The JobSite Safety Committee is comprised of an experienced team of professionals dedicated to promoting and developing safe working environments in the home building industry. JobSite Safety Committee and HomeSafe® Colorado work collectively to facilitate the goal of accident and injury free job sites by providing EDUCATION, TRAINING, SAFETY CERTIFICATIONS, and PEER SUPPORT.

The HomeSafe® program offers employers in the State of Colorado home building industry voluntary development and implementation of effective work-site safety and health programs, typically resulting in measurable reductions in work related injuries, illnesses, deaths and overall business operational costs. 

Schedule of Events

JobSite Safety Monthly Committee Meeting - Come find out what the committee is all about!
Third Tuesday of each month at 2:00 p.m. 
9033 E. Easter Place
Lower Level Conference Room
Centennial, CO 80112

OSHA Update 
May 17, 7:30-10:00 
9033 E. Easter Place, Education Room
Cost:  FREE

Safety Orientation
July 26, 8:00 - 10:00
9033 E. Easter Place 
Cost:  FREE to HomeSafe Members, only $15.00 to non-Members
Registration Coming Soon! 

OSHA 10-Hour Residential Construction Safety Course
June 14 & 15, 2017, 8:00 - 2:30
9033 E. Easter Place
Education Room
Centennial, CO 80112
Cost:  $150.00 to HomeSafe Members
          $225.00 for Non-Member

Field Focus 4 Safety Training
APRIL 19, 2017
Location: Copperleaf: Hosted by Richmond American/ Address: 4805 S. Malta Way, Aurora, CO 
Cost:  FREE Educational Training
Registration at www.HBADenver.com/FF4

Safety Fair

Date & Location: TBD

See Photos from the Past Event! 

Events from our partners at OSHA! 

Safe and Sound week is June 12-19, 2017 and is a nation-wide effort to raise awareness and understanding of the value of workplace safety and health programs that include management leadership, worker participation, and a systematic approach to finding and fixing hazards in the workplace. 

Successful safety and health programs can proactively identify and manage workplace hazards before they cause injury or illness and improve sustainability and the bottom line.  

Please visit the OSHA website for additional information.

Businesses and organizations are invited to raise awareness of trenching and excavation hazards by holding a safety stand-down during the week of June 19-24. The campaign, sponsored by the National Utility Contractors Association and the Safety Ambassadors Club with support from OSHA, encourages contractors, municipalities, the military and others involved in trenching operations to temporarily stop work and offer workers education and training about trenching hazards. According to the latest available data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the fatality rate in the U.S. for excavation work is 112 percent higher than in general construction. Visit the Stand-Down website to learn how you can stand-down this month to save lives.

Goals and Objectives

Brand Awareness:  Spread the JobSite Safety Committee and HomeSafe® Colorado's brand awareness within the HBA of Metro Denver and the homebuilding industry within the greater Denver market. 

Expand HomeSafe® Colorado Membership:  Through executing on the initiatives identified to help expand the HomeSafe® Colorado brand and various other steps, the Committee intends to grow its Builder and Associate membership in 2017.

Training:  Provide three Field Focus Four, two OSHA 10-hour, including one 10-hour in Spanish, one Safety Orientation, and one “Specialty” training in 2016.  In part of providing these trainings, develop strategies to help increase training awareness and attendance.  Additionally, explore providing a “Safety Product Fair” in summer, 2017.

Grants:  Identify potential grants to pursue in 2017.

Award Winning Efforts!

The members of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), have recognized the HBA of Metro Denver JobSite Safety Committee members as the 2016 NAHB/Builders Mutual Insurance Company Safety Award For Excellence (SAFE) first place winners in the following categories: 

NAHB-Affiliated Association Safety Program of the Year - HBA of Metro Denver, JobSite Safety Committee

Safety Professional of the Year - Jeff Palumbo, Shea Homes 

Federal and State Plan OSHA Official of the Year - Chad Vivian - DOL/OSHA, Englewood Area Office

Being recognized as a first place winner means that NAHB acknowledges the leadership and commitment to improve construction safety. 

Each year NAHB recognizes home building industry professionals who take the extra step to ensure that their worksites are safe. The NAHB/Builders Mutual Safety Award for Excellence (SAFE) acknowledges and honors individuals for developing and implementing high-quality, innovative, worksite safety programs.

The goal of the SAFE awards program is to recognize the achievements of home builders and trade contractors who have developed and implemented high quality construction safety programs, as well as honoring other individuals and organizations who have made successful efforts to advance safety in the home building industry. Congratulations! We would like to thank you for your award winning efforts to ensure that home builders, trade contractors, and workers in the residential construction industry return home to their families and friends each day.

Awards were presented at the International Builders’ Show in January 2017.