At Maviro, safety is not just a goal or priority; it is a core value that is fully ingrained into every facet of our organization. In other words, it is not just something we do—it’s an integral part of our culture—it’s who we are.
From whom we hire, to the companies we choose to do business with, safety is at the core of every decision that we make. As such, we believe in and promote, a zero-accident philosophy, and we possess a deep-rooted conviction that people are our most valuable assets.
Executive management’s commitment and support for safety is obvious through not only words, but through actions. This commitment flows down and is evident at all levels of the organization. Each Maviro employee is empowered with the authority to stop work and intervene if an unsafe act or condition is observed.
We don’t just follow industry best practices—we improve them. We pride ourselves on being at the forefront of the latest, top-tier technology and equipment to not only enhance efficiency, but to ensure the safety of our employees and clients.
By rigorously tracking and measuring our safety performance, we regularly look for innovative ways to make our safety processes as simple and straightforward as possible.
Maviro understands that the health of both the environment and the public are equally as important to consider as the safety of our employees. Our team strives to eliminate any impact of our operations on the environment to provide safe and healthy working conditions for our employees and the communities where we work.
We believe the keys to an effective safety culture are demonstrating Commitment, encouraging active Involvement, and facilitating Accountability—both through correction and positive recognition.
Year after year, Maviro’s safety statistics (TRIR, LTIR, EMR, etc.) have consistently beat benchmarks for industry averages against our competitors. While we are proud of this accomplishment and believe the “numbers” play an important role, we also recognize that these metrics are lagging indicators of safety performance. For this reason, we put our emphasis on a proactive approach by consistently tracking leading KPIs with rhythm and rigor.
These leading indicators include categories such as training, audits, inspections, and behavioral-based safety observations, as well as participation and involvement in clearly defined safety activities. All leading indicators. All measurable.