At the very core of PC Sports is the importance we place on our most highly valued asset — our employees — and our culture of employee safety.
Our commitment to engineering excellence is matched only by our company-wide focus on safety. This commitment is important to every PC Sports employee, our vendors and partners, and our clients. Our Safety Program, driven by three basic processes — Employee Training, Safety Measurements, and Continuous Improvement — is designed to meet the needs of our regular business and yet flexible to address the changing needs of the companies and organizations with which we do business.

The Road to Excellence: Let’s Do It Together.

PC Sports has an employee-led, continuous improvement program that we call “The Road to Excellence: Let’s Do It Together.” At the heart of the campaign are the safety efforts developed and led by our employees. This cooperative effort continues to improve the PC Sports Safety Program process, helping to keep our organization a safe place to work. We are members of ISNET World ( which maintains current and accurate information about our company’s safety program.

Employee Training

Our Employee training Consists of industry-specific programs, delivered either as online courses or within small group sessions, to meet the growing demands of our business.

Safety Measurements

Safety measurements are used to evaluate how well our Safety Program is performing.
Our program is results driven and safety measurements are the key indicators of PC Sports’ progress towards making sure our employees have the training and skills necessary to complete their jobs safely. PC Sports maintains monthly records of TRIR, DART, SEVERITY and Vehicle Accident rates. We generate monthly reports that measure and track the performance of individuals as well as each of our offices.
Health & Safety Manager

Michael McCarty
(210) 699 9090
[email protected]

Safety Programs

Our Health and Safety Manual identifies more than 30 training programs that provide employees the necessary guidance, standards and procedures needed to perform their jobs.

Our Behavior-Based Safety Program encourages employees to watch out for each other while seeking ways to improve our safety. All employees are expected to be proactive in their awareness of safety issues and to take measures to correct and notify Health & Safety Officers of any problem. In addition, our Short Service Employee Program recognizes that the potential of injury for new employees is greater; therefore, seasoned employees are assigned to work with them to keep them injury free while they are learning our safety procedures.