Caterpillar® Customer Safety

For information on Caterpillar Customer Safety, please visit SAFETY.CAT.COM, a website dedicated to promoting the safety and health of everyone in, on or around Caterpillar products.

Visitors to the site will find information that reinforces safety messages found in the company’s official Operation and Maintenance Manuals (OMM). The site also covers the world of safety in motion. Caterpillar videos on walk-around inspections and operating tips are available from this online source along with OMM excerpts, multimedia pieces, and toolbox talks on a variety of safety topics.

With information spanning the entire Cat® product line, SAFETY.CAT.COM is one of the most comprehensive safety sites for the industries Caterpillar serves.

SAFETY.CAT.COM was developed by Customer Safety Services, a division of the Caterpillar Technology & Solutions Division

Riggs CAT Commitment to Safety

The safety commitment has been developed to reflect and communicate the proactive safety attitude maintained at this company.

The company will comply with appropriate Safety, Health, and Environmental Regulations such as those established by:

  • The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA),
  • Mine Safety and Health Act (MSHA),
  • The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency),
  • The DOT (Department of Transportation), and
  • All other applicable federal, state, and local safety and health regulations.

Riggs CAT participates in OSHA’s SHARP Program

The Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program is designed to provide incentives and support to employers to develop, implement and continuously improve effective safety and health programs at their worksite. SHARP provides recognition for employers who demonstrate exemplary achievements in workplace safety and health.

Currently, Riggs CAT has 6 locations participating in the SHARP Program and are committed to all locations achieving this status. Locations in SHARP are Eldorado, Fort Smith, Jonesboro, Russellville, Springdale, and Texarkana. For more SHARP sites in Arkansas, visit