NMAPC Honors MC Industrial with Zero Injury Safety Award at 15th Annual ZISA Gala
ST. LOUIS, MO MC Industrial, Inc. recently accepted a Zero Injury Safety Award (ZISA) from the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee (NMAPC) in recognition of the firm's outstanding safety performance on a multi-million dollar BP Whiting Refinery project. MC Industrial was presented with the award during the 15th Annual ZISA Gala in Washington D.C.
The NMAPC holds the ZISA Gala each year to honor contractors, industrial business owners/clients and building trades crafts with projects performed under the terms of the National Maintenance Agreements that achieve the NMAPC Zero Injury Standards recognized under the NMAPC Zero Injury Safety Awards Program. In recognition for MC Industrial's 509,009-work-hours with zero recordable injuries on the BP Whiting Refinery project, the ZISA recognition marks another significant accomplishment for MC Industrial's outstanding safety performance.
"We are very proud of our team for upholding MC Industrial's strong safety culture on this major refinery modernization project for BP," said Tom Felton, President of MC Industrial and current President of The Association of Union Constructors. "This ZISA award is an honor, and more importantly, a testament to our firm's rigorous safety program and commitment to the Zero Injury philosophy."
As the single largest lump sum labor contract ever written by BP in North America, MC Industrial led the complex project with safety as the top priority. The team self-performed majority of the work including structural steel, grouting, mechanical, millwright, electrical, instrumentation, painting, insulation and fireproofing. Beyond the project team's one year of no injuries, MC Industrial surpassed 2.5 million total work hours upon completion and resulted in zero OSHA recordable injuries during the entire project span. This is MC Industrial's fifth Zero Injury Safety Award from the NMAPC.