Health &

Leaders in Safety Standards

Each year, we’re recognized for our consistently high Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) standards and ratings. Our employees are our most valuable asset. It’s why employee safety during restoration is embedded in our everyday work. By providing OSHA-compliant restoration services there are fewer injuries and costs, risks go down, and we can optimize performance on the jobsite.

2022 & 2023 Safety Ratings


Recordable Injuries in 2023

Recordable Injury in 2022

Contractor Lost-Time Injury in 2022 & 2023 with less than 1.2M Labor Hours


Practicing Safety. Empowering Others.

As a leader in EHS regulations and standards, our team receives regular training and participates in safety industry thought leadership.

Beyond-the-Basics Employee Safety Training

Field employees hold multiple certifications (e.g. Forklift, Aerial Lift, Respirator, Mold, Asbestos, and OSHA 30-hour)

Accredited Safety Staff

  • On-staff Certified Safety Professional and Certified Occupational Safety Specialist
  • Committee member with industry standards organization developing Field Safety Guide
  • Barry Rice is a regular columnist who discusses safety protocols for restoration projects for Restoration & Remediation Magazine

Barry Rice

EHS Director, Signal Restoration Services

Safety Preparedness

Signal realizes that safety preparedness and planning are critical for creating an environment that benefits our clients by:

  • Minimizing the potential for your employees, tenants, or building occupants to be exposed to hazardous conditions, atmospheres, or injuries
  • Preventing schedule delays due to injuries
  • Decreasing the potential for physical damage to your property
  • Minimizing the need for OSHA or EPA visits/inspections
Barry Rice

Barry Rice

EHS Director, Signal Restoration Services