Safety

MCI Safety LogoNothing we do is more important than helping to insure that our employees return home safely to their loved ones each night.

It's partly because we're an employee-owned company where family is a key ingredient—and a company where employees are viewed as our greatest and most valuable asset. But more importantly, we emphasize safety, because simply, it's the right thing to do. All of which means that at MC Industrial we've made the quest for a ZERO INJURY work environment not just a priority, but instead a core tenet of our company.

We've found through the years that with pre-planning and the right procedures, safety can be engineered into the industrial building process. As a result, MC Industrial has received numerous industry awards such as National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee (NMAPC) Zero Injury Safety, Thomas J. Reynolds and the Association of General Contractors. Additionally, MC Industrial has received project specific safety awards from clients including ConocoPhillips, BP and Ameren.

What Happens When You Make Safety A Key Tenet

The company's total commitment to safety at all levels, from top company leadership to craftsmen, has paid dividends for everyone involved. In every significant measure, MC Industrial's safety performance has consistently improved. MC Industrial strives to not only be the safest industrial construction company in America, but to improve our safety numbers every single year.

Partnering for Safety

MC Industrial's safety philosophy is built upon the notion that everyone needs to be on the same page for a safety program to work. We've taken that team approach to a new level by partnering with OSHA and becoming part of their Strategic Partnership Program (OSPP)—moving away from traditional enforcement methods and embracing collaborative agreements.

Through OSPP, OSHA and its partners agree to work cooperatively to address critical safety and health issues. This very different approach is proving to be an effective tool for reducing injuries and illnesses in the workplace.