We make no compromises when it comes
to the safety of our crews. That's why
we have worked so diligently to adopt a
zero-injury culture at CR Meyer. We exceed
OSHA requirements and require regular drug
and alcohol screenings to help ensure the
safety of our job sites and minimize the
risk to our customers.
We have a great track record of success
in the area of safety. To accomplish this,
all employees are trained in the latest
safety techniques and are uncompromising
in their use of personal protective equipment.
We enhance their education through the
commitment and accountability of managers
and key field personnel. Most importantly,
we actively work to engineer and plan the
risk out of projects. We develop comprehensive
safety plans, complete with daily pre-task
planning. We know what to expect at the
beginning of each day of work and arrange
the work to eliminate potential pitfalls.
The loss of valued people, the loss of
time, and the loss of money have a significant
effect on the outcome of a project. That's
why we have taken an unyielding, proactive
approach to safety programs. It's why our
people deliver an outstanding safety performance.
It's also one of the reasons why CR Meyer
is the wisest choice for your next project.
Because of our outstanding safety efforts, CR Meyer received a prestigious award from OSHA. CR Meyer is the first contractor in the nation to be selected for the Star level of the VPP Mobile Workforce Demonstration program. As a result of this award, which is granted based on exemplary safety and health protection of employees, CR Meyer’s Wisconsin jobsites are removed from OSHA’s scheduled inspection list.
The Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) is OSHA’s premier recognition program for worksites that do an excellent job of protecting their employees. OSHA created VPP to encourage companies to voluntarily go above and beyond their legal obligations to protect their workers’ safety and health. The VPP Mobile Workforce Demonstration program is distinctive from traditional VPP programs in that it adds new procedures and requirements that recognize the unique aspects of the construction industry.