The Plato Group

WE DEVELOP YOUR GREATEST SAFETY ASSET - THE HUMAN BRAIN

The Plato Group provides qualified EM 385-1-1 Site Safety & Health Officers (SSHO) for Federal construction projects. We have extensive experience on USACE and NAVFAC projects for the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, and civilian defense contractors such as Lockheed Martin.

Our SSHO's maintain the highest levels of safety certifications available, as well as pursuing continuous education in order to bring the very latest safety practices to every project.

At The Plato Group, we have the critical experience necessary to insure that three prime objectives are met on your project:
1. First and foremost, your employees go home uninjured at the end of the day. Our SSHO's will foster an environment of willing compliance with safety procedures;
2. Federal Safety Officer satisfaction with safety practices. Our SSHO's will liaise with their federal counterparts to develop rapport that encourages cooperation; and
3. Production schedules are met. Our SSHO's cultivate safety practices that accomplish the first two objectives without sacrificing the third, developing methods based on the premise that the task at hand must be completed.

With The Plato Group, your projects will not only benefit from our experience, education and certifications, but you'll benefit from our Patriotism and Heritage, as well. The Plato Group is 100% Native American owned, which means that we qualify prime contractors for the Indian Incentive Program rebates on select Department of Defense projects, and The Plato Group is proud to be a CVE-verified Veteran Owned Small Business.

Tell your client, and everyone else, that you take their investment seriously by choosing a serious safety professional to perform supervision on your next project. You have many options, but we believe that, with serious consideration, The Plato Group can become your best option.

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Status: 

Operating

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Employee Count Range: 

11-50

Company type: 

Privately Held

Founded year: 

2012

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