Every person on a job site is our company’s responsibility. At the end of each day, we want our men and women going home to their families and loved ones healthy. McCrossin Foundations is concerned with the safety of its employees, whether they work in the office or the field. We take our safety philosophy home with us. We not only maintain a safe working environment, but we advocate a safe living environment for our team members, as well. Our safety slogan is simple: “Safety is Our Way of Life.”
Rules that we implement through our formalized program are there for a reason—our most important asset is not capital, it’s our people. Employee safety doesn’t only affect what happens on the job, it affects the personal lives of our workers and the people they love. At McCrossin, there isn’t a moment that passes when we aren’t thinking about ways to keep our team safer. Anything less than 100% on-the-job-safety is not McCrossin.
When we say that “Safety is Our Way of Life,” we mean it. Not only do we care about our employees, but we make an industry-wide effort to train our colleagues to prevent any worker in the industry from suffering an injury. McCrossin Foundations does on-site training for all types of hazards that workers may come in contact with, including JSA’s, OSHA 10 & 30 hour training for construction and general industry (500 & 501), MSHA 24 or 40 hour training, and even confined space, excavation, fall protection, and equipment operating training. We are vigilant in inviting OSHA consultants and private safety consultants to survey our safety program and provide feedback on how to keep every single site an injury-free zone.
“McCrossin did an excellent job installing the drilled shaft bridge foundations at the I-70/I-79 Interchange. Their knowledge and professionalism were instrumental in planning, coordinating and executing work on a very congested project with limited access. Their field crews performed their work safely, on schedule, and within budget—they exceeded all of our expectations for the project.”
Kerry Kennedy, P.E.
Golden Triangle Construction