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Millennium Project Solutions: Safety Program

The company has a strong commitment to an effective safety and accident prevention program, together with the moral and legal responsibilities of providing safe working conditions at all sites. This quality and safety process is dynamic, growing and changing as the industry grows and changes. As new standards and improved methods are developed, they are incorporated to address the specific needs of each project and the company as a whole; the company’s goal of being incident/injury free.

Safety Certifications

The Millennium Safety Director is trained and certified to conduct employee/personnel safety training in all areas such as safety laws and regulations, evacuation procedures, hazardous condition monitoring, and use of safety equipment. All field employees are certified in areas such as:

  • Ladder Safety
  • Heavy Equipment
  • OSHA 30
  • OSHA 10
  • CPR/AED/First Aid Adult & Infant

All personnel will comply with applicable standards including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Millennium Corporate Standards
  • Owner- quality and safety requirements
  • MPS Quality and Safety Reference Manual
  • Federal OSHA 1910, 1926
  • OSHA 30
  • CPR Certification
  • DOT (and others, applicable)
  • State-Safety/Labor Laws
  • Industry Standards- ANSI/ASME/API, etc.

“My mission and passion as our Safety Director is to protect our people and those who work with us- to educate them and lead them by example. I want everyone to go home at the end of the work day SAFELY! We all deserve that!”

Glenda GambleSafety Director


Safety is our priority. OSHA Safety Guidelines are executed and built upon for all employees and support personnel. Project Superintendents carry OSHA 30 certification to ensure a safe construction site.


Quality Control enhances safety and acts to guarantee a project is delivered with detail ensuring an orderly jobsite through the schedule and a quicker turnover.


The Safety Director and Project Management continuously review site conditions, planned work and other site activities in an ongoing attempt to reduce safety hazards, unsafe acts and at-risk behavior by all personnel.


MPS makes certain that subcontractors selected for a project recognize and accept their responsibility to perform safely. Determination of MPS involvement and control is based on the size and hazards of the subcontracted work.
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14026 FM 2100

Crosby, TX 77532

T: (281) 328-2200