McAninch Safety Mission Statement

Our Mission is to identify the sources and causes of actual or potential injury, illness or other loss to the employees of McAninch Corporation, our customers and the environment in which we live and work. The safety and health of our employees is the highest priority of our company. We believe in protecting the safety and health of our employees is morally correct.

Leadership Safety Training

Superintendents and Field Supervisors are subject to additional training requirements, including:

  • OSHA 10/30 hours classes
  • First Aid and CPR
  • Confined Space
  • Lifting and Rigging
  • Forklift and Powered Platform
  • PPE Assessment
  • Hazard Communication

Supervisors take the time to conduct a Daily Huddle to keep their crews mindful of safety practices in general and to address any hazards specific to their current work sites.

Annual McAninch Foreman Meeting

 

Why do you work at McAninch?

John Hollinger

John Hollinger – 46 Years with McAninch – Lowboy Driver

When I started at McAninch 46 years ago I was a mechanic’s assistant and then transitioned to being a driver. The people and the wages are what really sets McAninch apart from the rest. I think McAninch probably has the highest wages in the area and allow you to determine your career path without keeping you in one specific position. They let you go to schools to help expand your skillset and get better while continuing to grow in your career. McAninch has been all that I have known, but I do know that the people that have left have come back and always said ‘I wish I would have stayed here’.