Commitment to Safety

Zero Injuries is our shared goal, and we all work together to achieve it.

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MWP Safety policy

Safety policy

Midwest Partitions is committed to protecting the safety and health of each employee as a value of the organization. The implementation of actions to help achieve a healthy, injury-free work environment is a leadership responsibility. To help ensure that policy commitments are translated into appropriate actions, we recognize the importance of employee participation. We have a commitment to continual improvement of employee safety and health.

Finally, the organization must conduct operations in compliance with applicable law and regulations, as well as in conformance with its own safety and health standard. To assure the success of our policy, the company has implemented this Safety and Health Program.

Accident Prevention

Company safety goals

Midwest Partitions is, and will continue to be, committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace to all our employees. Creating and maintaining safe workplaces is the responsibility of every Midwest Partition's employee. Managers and supervisors are accountable to the MWP upper management for the successful achievement of targeted company safety and health goals. These job site safety and health goals are:

  • Have the best safety and health conditions possible in the job site
  • Minimize all injury accidents and health impairment
  • Prevent any major fires, vehicle accidents or property damage loss
  • Zero permanent disabilities
  • Zero environmental accidents
  • Zero fatalities

Preventing construction site failures

These goals are implemented to control and prevent construction site failures which cause fatalities, injuries, illness, equipment damage, fire, and damage or destruction to property.

No phase of our company's operations is more important than accident prevention. Each employee is expected to be aware of and actively pursue safety goals. There is only one way to do a jober propery – THE SAFE WAY!

Safety and health program

Safety and health program

  • Identifying roles and responsibilities
  • Providing workplace safety practices
  • Conducting safety and health inspections to find and eliminate unsafe working conditions or health hazards
  • Investigating workplace accidents promptly and thoroughly to find the cause and to make corrections so that it does not happen again
  • Training all employees in good safety and health practices
  • Establishing communications regarding workplace safety and health
  • Developing and enforcing safety and health rules and requiring employees to follow these rules as a condition of employment
  • Recognizing employees for safe practices or performance, and counseling employees for failure to follow safe and healthful practices
Identifying Safety

Safety statistics

Midwest Partitions recognizes safety is a shared responsibility. These responsibilities can be met only by working continuously to promote safe work practices among all employees and to maintain property and equipment in safe operating condition. By working together we can maintain a safe working environment for all employees. Every employee has the responsibility and the right to refuse to perform work they believe is unsafe without fear of reprisal.

  • 2019 - 0.72
  • 2018 - 0.74
  • 2017 - 0.81
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On site safety equipment
Safe scaffolding on job siteSafety harnessed scaffolding

Our success depends on:

  • Realizing that keeping our employees safe is of critical value
  • Continuing our management commitment to safety
  • Committing our supervisors to follow through
  • Maintaining productive attitudes
  • Continuing education and training
  • Implementation every day, by every employee
Safety harnessed MWP employee