The issue of assessing and choosing construction contractors based on their health has arisen as a result of the worrying increase in indicators connected to occupational accidents brought on by the accelerated trend of shifting the majority of operations to contracting businesses. Priority one must be given to both safety and the environment. The sample size for the presented model was established to be 252 with a 95% confidence level and a 5% error probability by reviewing quantitative studies, filling out a specified questionnaire, and doing field surveys. Confirmatory factor analysis and the Cameo and Bartlett test were used in the test procedure. According to the study's findings, the planning criterion has the lowest impact intensity and the human resources criterion has the highest impact intensity. The suggested model can satisfy companies' growing demand for a thorough model of contractor evaluation and selection.