IFCA Safety Program

Construction is a dangerous business, one of the most dangerous. It's a challenge to keep people safe and healthy on the job, and no one can do it alone. That's why we hired a new Safety Director, and consulting firm, Haztek…who specializes in safety and savings. We offer various ways for our Members to increase safety at their jobsites. Working together, we'll help you save time, money, and most importantly, lives. We also offer an array of services designed to enhance contractor competitiveness and protect the health and safety of our workers.

Through the IFCA Safety Program, Members will receive a safety evaluation/assessment, safety director services and a variety of templates inclusive of a company specific safety and health manual. Our training and safety program will help members improve their:

  • EMR
  • Total Recordable Incidence Rate (TRIR)
  • Days Away, Restricted, or Transferred (DART)
  • Lost Workday Rate (LWR)
  • Severity Rate

The IFCA Safety Program will also help Members:

  • Decrease down-time due to jobsite accidents
  • Pay lower workers' compensation premiums
  • Provide safe and compliant projects
  • Increase workforce morale

 IFCA is an Industry Partner with Mid-Atlantic Construction Safety Council  


Carl Cencetti has over 30 years direct Occupational Health and Safety experience and training. He was previously a company owner that provided health and safety training for clients throughout the United States. Carl's experience is extensive and has worked on chemical waste management, industrial, construction, demolition, environmental, pipeline, drilling, and refinery.

Carl is a safety instructor/auditor and certified in OSHA, HAZWOPER, Fall Protection, Confined Space, First Aid/CPR/AED, US DOT HAZMAT, IATA and IMDG. He has a strong working knowledge of audits for operating facilities to determine compliance with OSHA, DOT, EPA, DOD, FDA, MSHA, and Homeland Security requirements. He has worked with general contractors and construction management firms and has managed the conduction of accident investigations, supervised hazardous waste remediation, conducted safety assessments, enforced the proper use of LockOut/Tag Out, implemented job hazardous analysis (JHA's) in addition to numerous other daily safety activities. He holds a Professional Degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology from Penn State. IFCA is thrilled that Carl is joining our family!

For a full list of Carl’s Education and Training, click here.