Safety at Kimley-Horn

Safety matters at Kimley-Horn

At Kimley-Horn, we strive to promote safe and healthy working conditions and to maintain safe practices at all times. Our safety program is not static—it constantly evolves and improves to meet our own standards and those of our clients.

Safety Requires Active Involvement

We require employee training and firmwide compliance with our safety policies to reduce accidents and injuries in our work environment. Every employee is responsible for the making this a safe place to work, including reporting hazards and working toward preventing accidents.

The right resources help keep safety on everyone’s radar. In addition to the resources available in every office, our in-house SafetyNet, an easily accessible internal website, puts safety information, tools, and resources within quick and easy reach of every employee.

A safety-focused organization does not come without investment and active involvement. We make this commitment for our people, our clients, and our community. We do this because it makes good business sense and, most importantly, because it’s the right thing to do.

Our Commitment Shows

We actively comply with the United States Occupational Safety and Health Regulations (OSHA) as well as all relevant local, state, and federal laws and regulations. We believe this commitment to safety is shown in our extraordinary safety record as evidenced in these statistics:

Interstate experience modification rates (EMR) as reported by NCCI:

Policy Year EMR
4/1/24 – 4/1/25 .35
4/1/23 – 4/1/24 .46
4/1/22 – 4/1/23 .46
4/1/21 – 4/1/22 .45
4/1/20 – 4/1/21 .50

OSHA Statistics:                                                                                                                     

Year  Total Recordable Incident Rate Lost Workday   Case Rate
2023 .22 .57
2022 .15 .15
2021 .34 2.62
2020 .42 2.76
2019 .36 .00