In a high- hazard industry like construction, safety is an investment that provides real benefits. A safe work environment helps to keep skilled employees on the job and projects on track by reducing accidents that result in injuries and schedule delays, while also reducing the risks of litigation and regulatory action. Everyone’s involvement is crucial if we want to achieve total safety culture in our company. Every person is vulnerable and can potentially be involved in accidents. This reality must be driven into the minds of every person at the site so that negligence is not tolerated and safety is never compromised. To prevent mishaps at our job sites, attention and priority must be given to safety. OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) management must be practiced at all levels. Some of the sites are equipped with site safety managers who should be viewed as a resource to help continually review and enhance efforts made by everyone on site. Sites that don’t have Safety Managers every person on the site is responsible for safety. Accountability must be a core component of the safety culture.
We take safety as a top priority at all its job sites. There is a Zero Tolerance Policy in the company when it comes to safety. Please ensure that all the personnel at the construction sites are in compliance and adhere to safe practice. It is company policy that accident prevention be a prime concern of all employees. This includes the safety and well- being of our employees, subcontractors, and customers, as well as the prevention of wasteful, inefficient operations, and damage to property and equipment. This Safety Policy applies to all employees of MJM Associates Construction LLC regardless of position within the company. Every employee is expected to comply with the Safety Policy, as well as OSHA Health and Safety Standards. This Safety Policy supports six fundamental means of maximum employee involvement:
A. Management commitment to safety.
B. Weekly tool box safety meetings at all job sites.
C. Effective job safety training for all categories of employees.
D. Job hazard analysis provided to all employees. 5
E. Audio and/or visual safety presentations given at job sites
F. Various incentive awards for exemplary safety performance.