Employee Safety & Health Awareness Program

To learn more about safety at Michigan Paving, contact out safety team

Safety Coordinator: Chris Abbott — cabbott@mipmc.com 517.204.2310

We always strive for the highest standards, especially when it comes to safety.

Our most cherished assets are our employees. Nothing is more important than ensuring their safety and health every working day. Michigan Paving provides the training, tools and confidence our employees need to be successful on the job.

Safety doesn’t happen by chance. We pay careful attention to safety for everyone at every level. Our award-winning safety record demonstrates a long-standing commitment to producing high-quality materials in a safe, productive manner. Michigan Paving’s employee driven programs are a model in our industry. They have resulted in an atmosphere where safety has become a habit.

Employee Driven Safety Culture


Our employee driven safety culture has developed over the years as a way for our people to take care of each other. Our systems of Behavior Based Safety, Risk Assessment, Near Miss Identification and our Twelve Steps to Fatality Elimination, place the focus on our employees returning home to their families healthy each day. We truly believe that a safe work environment pays dividends to our customers, our shareholders and especially, our employees.

At Michigan Paving, safety and health cannot simply be words on paper or activities driven by regulations. The safety, health and well being of our employees, customers and anyone that comes in contact with our work remains our first consideration. Safety and health exist as the cornerstone of the overall business strategy and expectation throughout our companies.

Core Values

Our mission on health and safety is demonstrated through our Safety Core Values:

  • Zero Fatalities – Fatalities are unacceptable. Our solemn commitment to our employees is to prevent any and all fatalities.
  • Zero Incidents – We expect our employees to work every day without an incident. This includes a focus on common high frequency and minor accidents.
  • Employee Driven Safety Culture – To achieve a sustainable zero-incident workplace, our employees must truly ‘own’ the safety program. In reality, they must hold each other accountable for safety 100% of the time, with strong management support.