Dallas Fort Worth International Airport Marks Five-Year Milestone with 13 Million Hours of Safety for Workers

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Worth International (DFW) Airport today celebrated five years of accomplishments in safety, risk management and best practices in construction management through its Rolling Owner Controlled Insurance Program (R/OCIP) and received the prestigious Willis Eagle Award for Excellence in Safety fromWillis Towers Watson. The Eagle Award recognizes the Airport’s commitment to safety and collaborative success under R/OCIP.

The DFW Airport Board implemented the R/OCIP on Feb. 15, 2011, as a coordinated master insurance, safety and accidental claim management program. Since 2011, DFW’s R/OCIP has surpassed the following key operational metrics:

  • 13 million man-hours worked without any significant losses
  • 2,000 contracts enrolled
  • $311 million in total Construction Management at Risk (CMAR) payroll
  • 14,000 workers attending DFW Safety Training Sessions
  • 12,000 workers successfully completing the DFW R/OCIP Background Screening Program