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Safety is a Choice we Make Every Day

Safety is always on our mind

Murphree Paving’s excellent safety record is not an accident—it is the result of intentional nurturing of a safety culture at all levels of our organization. Regular on-site meetings, consistent application of safety protocols and continuous observation reinforce Murphree Paving’s culture of safety and wellness.

Our commitment to safety benefits our team and our customers by:

  • Improving the overall health & wellness of all personnel
  • Minimizing downtime so that projects are completed on time and on budget
  • Increased loss prevention and reduced costs for Murphree Paving and our customers

Murphree Paving is a low injury risk company

We are extremely proud of our low EMOD rating

What is an EMOD rating?

An EMOD, or Experience Modification Rating, is an indicator of how likely a company is to have an employee make a workers’ compensation claim due to injury.

The EMOD takes into account both the frequency and severity of previous claims so it is a good indicator of a company’s commitment to employee safety.

An EMOD rating lower than 1.0 indicates a company that is considered a lower-than-average risk of having employees make a Workers’ Comp. claim.

Visit the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) website for more information on EMOD.

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Murphree Paving Meets or Exceeds all OSHA Requirements

Murphree Paving - Safe paving company

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sets forth many regulations to keep workers and the public safe.  Murphree Paving meets or exceeds all OSHA requirements including

  • OSHA 10-hour and OSHA 30-hour training for employees
  • Certified Flagger training for all employees tasked with flagging duties
  • Operator training on heavy equipment
  • Weekly safety meetings

Visit the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) website for more information on OSHA regulations and training.

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