Scott Frazer

Corporate Safety Director

In his role as Corporate Safety Director for Boldt, Scott Frazer is responsible for influencing company wide safety performance, including the communication of learning moments, best practices adn educational material that impacts all levels of the organization.  He also maintains active relationships and communication with trade partners to ensure excellence in safety performance across operating groups.  He is a very experienced and knowledgeable leader in construction safety.  He plays a key role in corporate safety development, provides leadership to management and guidance in operational safety compliance for Boldt.  Scott has a strong background in policy and procedure best practices and enjoys coaching personnel to enhance professional development.  Scott also provides valuable insights to guide strategic planning on a corporate operational and project level.

Since 1889, the Boldt Company has stayed true to what Martin Boldt first set out to be—an honest and reliable contractor. Hard work, an innovative spirit and a commitment to their values have helped them grow into one of the largest professional construction services firms in the United States. Today, Boldt is a fourth-generation family and employee-owned company with a home base in Appleton, Wisconsin and offices throughout the country.  Proud of how far they have come, Boldt is not in this business for themselves. They are in it for everyone who benefits from what they do—to deliver as much value as possible to their customers, and the communities they help to build.

It is Boldt’s mission to protect everyone related to a project from injury — employees, subcontractors and any site visitors. That requires more than compliance with safety regulations. It means creating an atmosphere where safety is at the forefront of all they do. Where everyone’s got each other’s back and a culture of caring is established. Where planning, training and teamwork make safety a state of mind.

Scott holds a Bachelor’s in Science degree on Occupational and Environmental Safety and Health from the University of Wisconsin, Whitewater.  He is also an OSHA 10 and 30 hour Outreach Trainer, and holds certifications for First Aid/CPR/AED/BBP, Lift Operator adn Aerial Lift Trainer, Qualified Fork Lift Operator and Trainer, Industrial Hygiene and HAZCOM, and Job Hazard Analysis.

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