At Major Mechanical our number one priority is the health and wellness of our employees. We strive to make sure our employees make it home safely to their family every day. We do this by:
- Providing safety training for all new employees on their first day of employment.
- Routine safety audits by our safety consultants.
- Weekly Tool Box Talks conducted by our Foremen.
- Empowering all employees to stop any action or situation they believe is unsafe.
- Regular safety training for all employees throughout the year.
- Sharing lessons learned from incident investigations to prevent others from getting hurt.
- An award winning safety committee comprised of office and field personnel that meets every six weeks to review injury logs, site audits, employee concerns and ideas, and cultivates our company safety culture.
Safety takes planning and dedication to ensure as a company we are "United in Safety." We work together to make sure our projects are completed safely and efficiently.
OECS 2022 Safety Teamwork Award
Congratulations to Major Mechanical LLC for winning the 2022 OECS Safety Teamwork Award!
This award goes to the company with a Safety Committee that follows OSHA guidance in establishing, running, and evolving their company's committee, which ultimately improves the safety metrics and culture. Qualifications for this safety award include having the right mix of employees, holding regular meetings, organizing and completing initiatives timely and improving the safety culture of their company.
The safety committee consists of (from left to right) Josh Giffen, Project Manager, Wayne Podany, Journeyman Plumber, Matt Bearth, Journeyman Plumber, Jay Johnson, Project Manager, Scott Forde, Safety Committee Chairperson, Becky Zufall, Safety Committee Coordinator, and Scott Wilson, OECS Safety Consultant. Not pictured: Dan Kohout and Kim Johnson (served from November 2021 - November 2022)
2023 SAFETY TRAINING
On June 21st & 22nd we hosted our annual safety training even that brought together our dedicated team to enhance our knowledge and skills in ensuring a safe and secure workplace.
We would like to express our sincere gratitude to everyone who participated including the exceptional trainers at The Builders Group and OECS, our employees, and the organizers.
The event featured a wide variety of topics including hazard communication and Minnesota right-to-know, heat stress, silica control, excavation, PPE/ladders, scaffolding/lifts, tools/electrical, and incident reporting.
We encourage each and every one of our employees to take what you learned and apply it to your day-to-day work and life. Let's continue to prioritize safety, be proactive in identifying potential risks, and create a culture that is United in Safety!