MBM is committed to providing a safe working environment for our employees, subcontractors, and the public. We work every day to ensure safe practices and procedures at all times.
MBM is committed to providing a safe working environment for our employees, subcontractors, and the public. We work every day to ensure safe practices and procedures at all times. As a result, MBM has an exceptional safety record consistently maintaining an EMR below one. We develop a job specific safety plan for every project and require routine site inspections by our Safety Director. Eight hour mandatory safety meetings are held annually for all MBM employees to ensure current training and changing requirements.
Our Safety Director is responsible for the planning, execution and management of the company safety and site specific safety planning, in coordination with the Project Superintendent. The Safety Director will maintain, promote, and enforce project site safety in accordance with company policies and procedures, OSHA requirements, local, state and federal laws. Routine safety visits are necessary to identify and evaluate physical conditions, safety practices, hazardous situations and compliance with established safety standards.
Nearly all project staff members have received OSHA 30 hour construction safety training in hazard recognition and avoidance, as well as, the OSHA regulations. Much of our site supervision staff has received various additional safety training, including high hazard and competent person certifications. Safety training is ongoing both to indoctrinate new employees and to advance training for current employees. All new OSHA regulations, doctrines and advisories are communicated to all job sites. Project Superintendents are responsible to adhere to and enforce compliance with company safety policies and procedures including all local, state, and OSHA regulations, and maintain and enforce project site safety. Project Superintendents are responsible for all orientations for employees, subcontractors and visitors coming on-site. The orientation includes a review of the site logistics plan and current activities that are happening around the project site. Our goal is to prevent all at risk behaviors and achieve zero accidents by employing knowledgeable safety professionals and by providing our personnel with ongoing safety training.
All MBM employees are treated like family. Every employee is a vital member of the team. Our projects make an impact. If you’d like to advance your career and become a member of our growing team, visit our careers page for a list of current job opportunities.