COMMITMENT TO SAFETY

The majority of Mulkey Enterprises’ success over the last twenty-five years can be attributed to the men and women working in the field.  Their creativity and hard work is the face of Mulkey Enterprises. The office personnel are responsible for facilitating their needs and efficiency, but more importantly their safety.  Using the best of practices from industry associations and general contractors, Mulkey has developed a safety program based on office and field coordination, education, implementation, and sustainability.

Office Based

Mulkey Enterprises employs a dedicated, full time safety director who works in step with the general superintendent and with the full support of ownership and project management.  The safety director is responsible for the creation of Mulkey’s stated safety program, the program’s continual updating, coordination with general contractors and specialty contractors and all field related training, inspections and incident responses.

  • Mulkey Enterprises is a Georgia Board of Worker’s Compensation Drug Free Workplace.
  • The program’s safety/health manual is reviewed bi-annually, and is updated each year.
  • All of Mulkey’s specialty contractors are required to comply with the program’s safety/health manual.
  • Safety orientations and training are given to all direct employees.
  • Random jobsite safety inspections are performed on a regular basis.

Field Implemented

The best safety programs are useless without constant vigilance and support from those the program is created to protect.  Mulkey’s managing field personnel have shown commitment to the program through training, implementation, and a low incident rate.  Working together with office supervision and project general contractors, the field has continued to produce quality projects efficiently and safely.

  • All superintendents and lead men are OSHA 10 trained, as well as trained in construction first aid and CPR.
  • A specific Hazard Assessment plan has been created for each project.
  • Each project performs a weekly Toolbox Talks Safety Training program.
  • Those operating potentially harmful tools and equipment have been trained by the supplying companies.

Industry Recognized

  • ABC 2006 Gold STEP Award
  • ABC 2007 Platinum STEP Award
  • AGC 2007 2nd Place 100,000 – 200,000 Work Hours Safety Award
  • ABC 2008 Gold STEP Award
  • Participated in AGC National Safety Stand Down Meetings
  • 2009 ABC STEP Platinum Safety Award
  • 2009 ABC Georgia Safety Award