M.P.G. Pipeline Contractors, LLC’s
philosophy that the safety of its workforce along with
jobsite compliance is of up most importance in
its day to day operations and in promoting an (IIF)
Incident and Injury Free Work Environment. With the
hard work and dedication of its HS&E department
along with the continuous support, cooperation and assistance
from its Management personnel, M.P.G. Pipeline Contractors,
LLC is clearly setting the standard for Pipeline Safety
in the twenty first century. Our Safety program
includes a comprehensive HS&E Management Systems
Manual that is reviewed by the RAVS process of ISNET,
an employee orientation program which includes issuing
and reviewing of the HS&E Employee Handbook, a DOT
Drug and Alcohol program and a comprehensive Subcontractor
(PQF) Pre Qualification Process. Work performance
history reviews alone are not an acceptable method of
evaluation for an individual. The HS&E department
continuously strives to ensure all federal, state, local,
and client requirements are being followed on each and
every jobsite. The HS&E department consists of a
Full Time Director along with skilled Field Coordinators
on all jobsites.
DOT and OSHA Compliance
M.P.G. Pipeline Contractors, LLC in
an effort to protect its personnel and the environment
adheres to the United States Department of Transportation
(US DOT) Operator Qualification Regulations (OQ) found
in 49 CFR Part 192 Subpart N and Part 195 Subpart G.
The company also abides by 49 CFR Parts 40 and 199 which
pertains to M.P.G. Pipeline Contractors, LLC DOT Drug
and Alchohal Abuse Prevention Policies which has been
approved by (NCMS) National Compliance Management Services.
All field Leaders are trained as required by (OSHA),
the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, many
of which have the obtained 100 hr. (CSST) Construction
Site Safety Technician certification through the NCCER.
The company consists of Master Trainers,
Assessment Proctors and Performance Evaluators through
the NCCER along with Performance Evaluators for Veriforce.
Corey W. Butaud