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To work together as a team for the express purpose of identifying hazards in the anchored earth retention, drilled shaft, and micropile workplace before accidents occur, and then minimize our employees’ risk by changing exposure to the hazards by educating (increasing awareness), administering (creating rules), or by engineering (re-configuring) the hazards out of the workplace.
The mission is achieved through regular committee meetings, training sessions, magazine articles, and written manuals to ensure that safety is in the forefront of everyone’s mind. The Safety Committee shall review and update this information to ensure state-of-the-art information is available to our members, to place the highest value on the welfare of the individual, to instill a sense of ownership and to embrace excellence in all aspects of safety performance.

Assemble, evaluate and disseminate safety related information from the construction industry and OSHA, to our fellow ADSC members. Our goals are simple: (1) to create added value for our members through best-in-class performance in environment, safety and health and (2) respond in an appropriate manner to proposed safety standards or regulations which may affect our industry. We pledge to place the safety and well-being of our employees first, and to embody honesty and integrity in the pursuit of our mission.

  • Continue active participation and involvement in ADSC / OSHA on a National level
  • Continue to pursue Regional and or Local Alliances through ADSC Chapters

North East Chapter and OSHA Region 2
Mid-Atlantic Chapter and OSHA Region 3
Ohio Valley/Midwest Chapters and OSHA Region 5
South Central Chapter and OSHA Region 6
West Coast Chapter and OSHA Regions 9 & 10

  • Complete and publish ANSI/ASSE A10.23, Safety Requirements for the Installation of Drilled Shafts
  • Exploring any opportunity to work with USACE Safety Division
  • Create and then provide Safety Training Session(s) at ADSC Events
  • Update the ADSC “Safety in Drilled Shaft Foundations” Video


  • Safety Video


Working Platform Safety Video

Committee Officers

Greg Lewis

Committee Information

Updating of Safety Publications
Updating Safety Videos

Call before You Dig
National Designated “Call before You Dig”:

“811 is the designated call before you dig phone number that directly connects you to your local one call center. Each state has different rules and regulations governing digging, some stricter than others…find state-specific information as well as links to submit an online digging request where available.”


For committee membership application or information please email the committee chairman.


The Safety Committee meetings occur four times a year at the Annual Meeting, Spring Board Meeting, Summer Meeting, and Fall Board Meeting.