Quality & Safety

ISNETWORLD Member Contractor
ISN ID# 400-201027

The Morse Quality Assurance Program (MQAP) is our commitment to quality in everything we do. It provides the framework that ensures:

  • Continuous improvement of our design and construction services
  • Quality in our completed work
  • Customer satisfaction

We recognize that our customers are the sole reason for the existence of The Morse Group of Companies. The purpose of MQAP is to ensure that customer needs are met the first time and every time. Our customers rely on our expertise in electrical design and construction to provide them with safe, reliable and efficient systems for power, control and communications.

The Morse Group of Companies does not rely on chance to provide our customers with the quality they need and deserve to stay competitive in the global marketplace. We make every effort to be deserving of our customers' trust and high expectations.

Our Quality Policy

Note: The Morse Quality Assurance Program is based on ANSI/ASQC Standard Q9001 and ISO 9001.

The MQAP program is documented by comprehensive written policies, procedures and instructions. It delineates the structure, responsibilities, procedures, processes and resources needed to ensure that The Morse Group of Companies meets the needs of our customers.

Safety Statement

Safety is a preventative process in The Morse Group of Companies, focusing on maintaining safe behavior both on-site and in our offices. Every employee receives our commitment to provide a safe and healthy work environment. As a result, accident prevention and the safety of our workforce is a cornerstone of all work activities we undertake. Each member of our company team is responsible for safety on the job. Our safety objectives can only be met with the full support and cooperation of everyone in our organization.

Safety policies and procedures were written as a guide to help prevent accidents and loss of life, to assist management and employees with compliance of OSHA standards in the workplace, and on the job site as a point of reference about:

  • What is required by law: 29 CFR 1910 and 1926
  • General Duty Clause: Section 5(a)(1)
  • Record keeping and material required by federal and state law
  • What to do when an accident occurs


The Morse-Safe Program

Our safety department is responsible for implementing the Morse-Safe program throughout The Morse Group of Companies.

The Morse-Safe program stresses four key steps to safe operations:

Identify & Plan

  • Identify activities that cause a majority of workplace accidents.
  • Investigate & highlight issues that routinely cause workplace accidents on multiple job sites
  • Develop safe and preventative work practices to alleviate the cause of these incidents


Communicate

  • Conduct regular visits to our job sites for safety meetings (actual visit cycle is dependent upon job size and manpower)
  • Perform routine site inspections to ensure safe work practices
  • Train project managers, engineers and foremen in safe work practices and highlight traditionally 'unsafe' behavior or tasks on job sites
  • Develop guides for employees in the office and on job sites
  • Regularly report to all employees on safety record and progress


Report & Track

  • Ensure proper reporting of all incidents (near misses and accidents)
  • Develop historical performance management data to measure performance on key expectations
  • Provide tools for management to reinforce the preventative approach to safety and reward positive results


Improve

  • Refine existing programs and policies to ensure workplace safety
  • Reinforce behavior that meets or exceeds safety expectations


Safety Training

The following are basic components of The Morse Group of Companies' safety training program:

  • General / Safety Policy
  • Record Keeping - Posting Requirements
  • Accident Investigation
  • OSHA Signs, Signals and Barricades
  • Training
  • Safety Planning
  • Inspections
  • Your Right to Know / HAZCOM
  • Confined Spaces
  • Electrical Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Drug & Alcohol Policy
  • Electrical Program / LOTO
  • Excavation
  • Fall Protection
  • Fire Protection and Prevention
  • Material Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal
  • Life Saving Equipment
  • Scaffolding
  • Stairways & Ladders
  • Tools (Hand & Power)


The Morse Group Safety Record

Our safety programs have a record of success, as evidenced by our safety record and ratings. While we know our job with employee safety is never done, we are extremely proud of our safe work history.

We have consistently maintained an "Experience Modification Rating" of above average in our specific industry classification.

The Morse Group of Companies has completed a large number of projects of over 50,000 hours accident-free. Recent project safety records.