The Culture of a company is inseparable from the Character of its employees. Morgan Corp.’s high-character employees all contribute to a safety culture that strives for excellence and continuous improvement.
Whether it’s an incident rate that’s a fraction of the industry average, an EMR of 0.55, or 1.4 million work hours without a lost-time injury, Morgan Corp.’s culture sets the standard for safety in our industry.
A Value We Will Not Compromise
Morgan Corp.’s Environmental, Health, and Safety (EH&S) department is led by our Corporate Director of EHS who reports, both organizationally and operationally, to our President. By design, the EH&S department does not report to any fully production-oriented position: assuring impartial direction and application of all safety and environmental policies and procedures.
Our Director of EH&S is supported by a professional team of 20 Safety Managers, Safety Coordinators, and Safety Technicians. We have staff who are OSHA 500 certified, capable of teaching the OSHA 10 and 30 hour Construction Safety courses, as well as the NCCER 8-hour Construction Site Safety Orientation. Several members of our safety team, including our Director, are Certified Safety Professionals (CSP); the highest designation awarded by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals.
Safety is integral to the planning and execution of work by our operations team. Our employees take pride in their safety performance and the success we have protecting each other. The comradery our employees feel toward each other contributes to the all hands mentality to safe work.
Our attention to the effect our work has on the environment is focused and consistent. Some of the techniques and procedures we employ to protect the environment and limit our work’s environmental impact include:
- Spill Prevention
- Spill Training
- Erosion Control
- State Qualified Inspectors
- Best Work Practices
At Morgan Corp., we strive to be good stewards of natural resources. To this end, we constantly monitor industry trends, implement best management practices, and acquire updated equipment.