At Martin Marietta, safety is first in everything we do. It is our primary company value and the first agenda item for all meetings, from toolbox talks at our plants to executive meetings in our boardroom. Everything at Martin Marietta begins with safety.
Safety is vital to our culture and a shared responsibility. When it comes to injuries and incidents, zero is our goal every day. Each employee is empowered to challenge any conditions or practices that are potentially unsafe without the fear of repercussion.
Our team of safety professionals reports to the company's Ethics, Environment, Safety and Health Committee of our Board of Directors, and works alongside our nearly 9,000 employees every day to lead our journey to zero.
Mar 30, 2020
Martin Marietta remains open for business and is ready to meet your product and service needs
Mar 17, 2020
Martin Marietta’s underground mine community came together recently for two days of learning, networking and sharing of best practices.
Feb 15, 2020
An NSSGA creation, Why Risk It? Just Click It! aims to educate miners about the life-saving impact seat belts can have – on the road, but more specifically in the quarry.
Dec 15, 2019
A new companywide training program to drive safety culture is set to begin rolling out in 2020.
Dec 15, 2019
Various infrastructure improvements, enhanced communication and a continued focus on safety earned the Dallas Rail Team’s BNSF Stickler for Safety Award.
Oct 15, 2019
The team at Martin Marietta's Midlothian Cement Plant recently celebrated 1.5 million employee hours without a lost-time incident.
Sep 16, 2019
18 Magnesia Specialties employees in Woodville, Ohio, recently participated in a three-day workshop to learn high-angle rescue.
Aug 15, 2019
The team at the Maryland District's Medford Quarry recently celebrated 42 years of working without a lost-time incident.
May 15, 2019
The team at the Hunter Cement Plant in Texas was recently presented with the Portland Cement Association’s 2019 Chairman’s Safety Performance Award.