TMC provides insurance and risk management services for its subsidiary companies.
Each subsidiary is held accountable for its own safety performance. TMC has the following safety expectations for its subsidiaries:
- Being safe is a condition of employment.
- All employees are responsible for safety, beginning with the CEO. All employees have the right and responsibility to stop work if they are uncomfortable due to an unsafe condition.
- Each subsidiary company must have complete and extensive safety programs that are adhered to by its employees.
- Each employee must have the understanding that injuries and incidents are preventable. Zero injuries are the goal for each subsidiary.
- Despite our great safety record, each subsidiary company is expected to strive for perfection.
The TMC subsidiaries’ safety programs include, but are not limited to, the following components:
- Injury and Illness Prevention Program
- Respirator Protection Program
- Hazardous Communication and Control
- Confined Space Entry
- Hearing Conservation
- Subcontractor Requirements
- Individual Behavior Based Daily Hazard Assessment Cards
- First Aid and Medical Procedures
- Fire Prevention Program
- Forklift Training
- Equipment and Task / Skill Training
- Hazardous Waste and Storage Program
- Office Safety
- Vehicle Operations Program
- Posting Requirements
- Assured Grounding Program
- Safety Harnesses and Lanyard Inspection Program
- Abrasive Blasting Safety Procedures
- Crane and Rigging Procedure
- MSHA and OSHA Training
- HAZWOPPER Training