The safety of employees is of paramount importance. Our goal is to provide an accident free work environment. It is our policy to perform work in the safest manner possible consistent with good construction practices. To fulfill the requirements of this policy, an organized and effective safety program must be carried out wherever work is performed.Safety must be considered first. It cannot be compromised.
A commitment to safety is a commitment to doing things right the first time. Ultimately, this results in elimination of injuries and optimization of all activities.
All accidents and injuries are preventable. All accidents are the result of unsafe acts or unsafe conditions.
Safety is an individual responsibility and condition of employment for all employees.
Every task must be performed with a concern for safety, for ourselves, our fellow employees, subcontractors, customers and the general public.
Partial List of Awards
2013 - ExxonMobil Baytown - Houston Business Roundtable Gold Safety Performance Award
2013 - ExxonMobil Baton Rouge – Bronze Safety Performance Award
2013 - ABC National Excellence Merit Award
2013 - Joliet, IL – ExxonMobil Gold Safety Award
2013 - ABC Platinum Award
2012 - ABC Platinum Award
2012 - ISTC Sustained Performance Award
2012 - ISTC Incidence Rate Reduction Award
2012 - ISTC Safety Achievement Award-Hours Worked
2012 - ISTC Safety Achievement Award-Years Worked
2012 - ABC National Merit Safety Excellence Award
2012 - Houston Roundtable Gold Safety Excellence
2012 - ExxonMobil Outstanding Safety Excellence
2012 - ISTC 2.5M Hours Worked
2012 - ISTC 10yrs. Safely Worked
2011 - ABC Step Platinum
2011 - Mosaic Bronze Safety Award
2011 - HBR Bronze Safety
2011 - ExxonMobil Outstanding Performance
2011 - HBR Large company safety award
2010 - ABC Step Platinum
2010 - Joliet, IL – ExxonMobil Gold Safety Award
2010 - ExxonMobil Outstanding Performance
2009 - ABC National Safety Excellence Award
2009 - ABC Platinum
2007 - 2004 ExxonMobil Outstanding Performance
2001 - 2009 MEI 1.9M ExxonMobil Baytown - Man-hours without Recordable Injury