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May 16, 2014

Subcontractor: Safety
Under 250,000 hours

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Mills Electric has incentive programs on each jobsite to promote safe behavior.

Mills Electric

Mills Electric is dedicated to continued education and stresses constant progression in their safety culture and programs.

They recently implemented the What’s Your Exposure? behavior-based safety program. Mills holds daily safety meetings where safety behaviors are addressed, and incentive programs are in effect on each jobsite to promote safe behavior.

Mills’ initial safety orientation is just a sample of what the firm’s safety culture is all about. From there, employees are given site orientation, equipment training and daily safety training.

Mills has also recently implemented quarterly safety meetings for foremen and above to address safety procedures, regulations and programs. A Web-based database the company uses called OSCA offers access to employee training and certification documents.

At Mills, approaching safety in an organized manner facilitates a balance between safety, quality and results that adds to the bottom-line profitability of individual projects.


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