MFE recognizes that project and operational success depends on technical soundness and safety for workers, the environment, and the community—and safety depends directly on our management processes, leadership, and employee culture.
MFE’s goal is to reduce work-related injuries and illnesses to the lowest possible
level. Ultimately, our goal is to eliminate all work-related injuries and illnesses.
“NO JOB IS SO IMPORTANT AND NO SERVICE SO URGENT THAT WE CANNOT
TAKE TIME TO PERFORM OUR WORK SAFELY.”
Safety is a MFE core value. MFE’s safety culture is one of our core values as well
as a priority. We are committed to achieving “Target Zero”—zero injuries,
illnesses, environmental impacts, motor vehicle accidents, errors, and omissions.
Safety accountability is aligned with our line management. Our leadership embraces safety,
from the top down, promoting a behavior-based safety culture
that builds team spirit and pride and results in accident prevention and saved
At MFE, safety plans and practices are put into place well before the project
begins. Prior to beginning work, our Safety Director and Project Manager prepare a
site-specific health and safety plan for each project to account for the
conditions and hazards present at each site. Once the project begins, the Safety
Director makes frequent jobsite visits to monitor work in progress and consult
with supervisors to further assess hazards and performance.
Our goal is to ensure that every employee is provided a safe work environment. In order
to deliver outstanding service to our customers, we must prevent injuries, property loss,
and damage. With pre-employment drug testing and random testing of employees
throughout the year, MFE’s zero tolerance policy offers the highest level of protection
available against potential workplace safely liabilities.