Magnus Pacific’s entire staff, from senior managers to supervisors and field crews, are responsible for ensuring safety and accident prevention―every day, every task, and on every project.
Our professional safety managers provide all staff with behavior-based safety training that meets or exceeds applicable state and federal requirements for each project.
Our safety training is comprehensive and adaptable to specific client and agency requirements. Whether conducting geotechnical projects for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in accordance with EM 385-1-1, Hazardous Waste Operations (HAZWOPER) in compliance with 29 CFR 1910.120, or working under state OSHA authorities, Magnus Pacific trains and equips our field crews with the tools to proactively identify and mitigate job-related health and safety risks and prevent accidents.
Project-specific Accident Prevention Plans (APPs), Injury-Illness Prevention Plans (IIPPs), and Health and Safety Plans (HASPs) are prepared as appropriate in conjunction with task-specific Activity Hazard Analyses (AHAs). These documents are prepared with crew input and continuously reviewed and updated in the field prior to starting work each day and whenever an activity changes.
Our task specific, behavior-based safety program is designed to proactively identify and mitigate all hazards that can realistically be anticipated. We involve the entire team (clients, subcontractors, managers, and crews) in the development and implementation of these plans and reinforce them with peer-to-peer safety observations and daily tailgate safety meetings. Everyone involved reviews task-specific hazards and prevention measures prior to beginning work. From top to bottom, employees are encouraged to observe and report unsafe conditions or behaviors that could lead to an incident.