Safety is lifeWith safety at our core, we exhibit exemplary performance and commit to the well-being of our people

Our safety pillars set the foundation for our success

Safety is a constant state of mind, ingrained into our attitudes, values, goals, and behaviors, because simply having the best training, tools, equipment, processes, and procedures is not enough to keep us safe. Our behavioral commitment to safety and strong culture is built upon tenacious dedication from management, employee involvement, excellent training programs, industry involvement, and a constant focus on innovation and improvement. 

Our dedication and efforts result in outstanding safety performance and our industry-leading reputation as a top specialty electrical contractor

High Degree
of Employee Involvement

We prioritize training and developing our employees and equip them with the right tools, equipment, resources, and knowledge to make informed decisions. Through extensive training programs that focus on tactical skills and human behavior, we empower our people to take responsibility for their actions and for those around them. This personal dedication and unrelenting commitment to safety leads to improved performance, increased engagement, reduced turnover, and enhanced morale. Our employees are crucial to our safety culture, and we strive to ensure everyone returns home safe at the end of each day.

Proud OSHA VPP STAR Status Members

OSHA’s Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) promotes effective worksite-based safety and health with management, labor, and OSHA establishing cooperative relationships at workplaces that have implemented a comprehensive safety and health management system. Approval into VPP is OSHA’s official recognition of the outstanding efforts of employers and employees who have achieved exemplary occupational safety and health.

L.E. Myers has multiple districts that have earned VPP STAR status, the organization’s highest grade, stringently reserved for organizations that develop and implement continuous improvement in workplace safety and health management. These programs must result in injury and illness rates below the national averages for their industries. All organizations that reach the top tier of the VPP program must undergo three-year audits, rigorous onsite evaluations, and an ongoing renewal process.

Consistent resources must be dedicated to continue meeting VPP’s ever-changing criteria, which is additionally difficult while maintaining a mobile workforce. We continually push forward to remain at the forefront of health and safety and consistently renew our districts as VPP Program, as well as seek to add more districts into this prestigious program through MERIT and STAR status.

industry involvement partnerships & Recognition