USAE has safely performed more than 6.55 million field-related man-hours on over 1,000 projects with:
USAE maintains a comprehensive and effective Corporate Health and Safety Program which is developed, managed and executed by USAE's Corporate Quality Control Manager, Safety Officers and certified safety professionals. The program ensures that formalized safety procedures and practices are employed consistently across all programs and projects. As a result of the successful implementation of these standardized policies and procedures, USAE maintains an average National Council on Compensation Insurance Experience Modification Rate (EMR) of 0.88 for the past 10 years.
Our safety professionals possess a detailed understanding of the OSHA, DoD, USACE, NAVFAC, and other applicable regulatory requirements and safety standards. USAE has an open-door policy that all personnel can use to voice safety concerns; requires that all employees be committed to performing work in accordance with safe work practices; and empowers all employees to stop work, without retribution, to voice safety concerns or issues.
USAE’s established Quality Management Program (QMP) provides staff and field employee management with training policies and procedures for performing and delivering quality services and products to our clients. USAE's QMP is continually updated to keep pace with technological advances and changes taking place in the munitions response industry. USAE's QMP safely delivers quality services to our customers on schedule and within budget. The success and effectiveness of our QMP is due to our understanding of quality standards and metrics, our integrated approach to quality planning and design, an effective quality training program, and enforcement and monitoring practices.
USAE follows the Plan, Do, Check, Act process of continual improvement. Some of the key Quality Standards USAE incorporates into its quality programs and plans include:
Click on Brochure to view in .pdf format. Opens in a new window.