Health & Safety

Beacon treats safety as a priority above all else, investing in training programs and new safety procedures to protect and continuously improve employee well-being.  

Our employees are our most valuable asset and the key to our continuing success in the construction and building materials industry. We routinely implement new initiatives and invest in technology and programs to realize our goal of an Injury-Free Workplace and a happier, healthier workforce. 

Always Aiming for the Top 

To be a true building and roofing supply market leader, we work tirelessly with management and employees to ensure operations in all of our facilities meet and exceed industry and regulatory standards. Employees are expected to be accountable for their actions, provide feedback when necessary and report hazards immediately when encountered. This commitment to a sustainable safety culture is a core value that permeates every aspect of our company. 

Setting an Example of Excellence 

Our management team strives to lead by example and encourage smarter, safer decisions. Through constant communication, a carefully monitored set of procedures, and an open-door policy to employee feedback, our safety mindset starts at the very top. 

Happier, Healthier Employees 

Employee happiness starts with a comprehensive approach to health and wellness. That means proper training, diverse wellness program offerings, and on-the-job resources to help every member of the Beacon family thrive. 

Beacon invests in innovative programs to achieve these goals, including workplace safety training and our Employee MotivateMe Wellness Program, which includes annual health assessments, available health coaching, online health management programs, and reduced insurance rates for participating employees.

Click here to read our Occupational Health & Safety Statement

Click here for the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule - This link leads to the machine-readable files that are made available in response to the federal Transparency in Coverage Rule and includes negotiated service rates and out-of-network allowed amounts between health plans and healthcare providers.