Our employee’s safety is the main emphasis of our company culture.
The company commitment to safety encourages an environment that emphasizes comprehensive training with a teamwork approach and rewards for success. The key to this approach is our experienced supervisors.
Our supervisors average over 20 years experience in the industry. The company commitment to safety involves training programs for Supervision and hourly employees.
The safety process at Cowin/Raisebor also encompasses subcontractors and suppliers. They are held to our rigid guidelines for project safety and must participate in the safety process. This includes a comprehensive substance abuse program.
The company safety program is overseen by a company officer with over 20 years experience in the industry. He works closely with MSHA, OSHA, our insurers and employees.
To view Raisebor’s safety record, go to www.MSHA.gov. Search Raisebor’s contractor code BXD in the Mine Data Retrieval System.
Joseph A. Holmes Safety Award
Just recently Cowin/Raisebor once again received the prestigious Joseph A. Holmes Safety Award from the state of West Virginia for recognition of excellence in mine safety for an independent contractor.
We’ve Been Drilling For Nearly 50 Years
We have successfully completed projects which have included: 6’ diameter raises to a total depth of 2,250 feet; 9’ diameter to 1,800 feet; 12’diameter to 1,250 feet; 16.5’ diameter to 1,540 feet; 20’ diameter to 2,000 feet, just to mention a few. Our complete line of equipment ( including high pressure air compressors, generators, rig-up trucks, etc.) and our strong financial position which enables us to bond our work, give us the capability to perform complete turn-key surface or underground shafts, including steel- or concrete lining, without relying on assistance from our customers or other construction companies.
We would be very pleased to be added to your bidders list for any future projects that would encompass our raiseboring capabilities. We invite your inquiry and will provide cost estimates, as requested.
The 26’ reamer pulling through at a central Alabama coal mine.