Construction Site Safety
Our Safety Program includes:
- Accident prevention, work procedures, and safe worksite practices training
- First aid training and CPR certification for key staff
- Safety certification for onsite managers and crews
- Safety orientation for new employees
- On-going safety training
- Safety planning procedures
- Employee safety performance evaluation
- Non-contractual employees are tested for substance abuse
- Subcontractor safety performance evaluations
- OSHA regulation expertise
- Compliance to local jurisdiction on safety requirements
See our Safety Milestones below
February 10, 2011 - 2010 STEP Award - Platinum Level
Moyle Construction has received the Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. STEP (Safety Training and Evaluation Process) PLATINUM AWARD from the National ABC Safety Committee.
February 11, 2010 - Moyle works 420,134 hours with only one lost time incident
Achieving 420,134 hours with only one lost time incident is a significant milestone in the construction industry. Moyle is not only proud of this achievement, but also of the entire Moyle team whose tireless dedication to safety is reflected in this outstanding safety record. We remain committed to continuing this record for the safety of our crews, customers and visitors to our jobsites.
March 30, 2010 - Valley View Quarry wins Sentinel of Safety Award
April 2010 - The Mine Safety and Health Administration of the U.S. Department of Labor awarded Valley View Quarry, formerly known as Moyle Sand & Gravel, the Sentinels of Safety Award for the calendar year of 2008.
July 14, 2009 - Moyle wins ABC STEP Award
Moyle Construction has received the Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. STEP (Safety Training and Evaluation Process) GOLD AWARD from the National ABC Safety Committee.
February 11, 2010 - Gene James becomes only MIOSHA Teaching Institute Level One Safety and Health Professional in the U.P.
Moyle's Safety Director, Gene James, has earned MTI Level One Certification for construction. He joins a select group of only thirty in the Michigan, and the only one in the Upper Peninsula. Gene was required to take the same type of courses as MIOSHA professional staff.