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Workers Compensation - Experience Modification Rates

2018 - .81

2017 - .97

2016 - .89

2015 - .83

2014 - .78

At McCarter, safety in all our operations is not just a corporate goal, it is a requirement. McCarter has invested in the resources to be certified to provide all of the following training in-house: 10 and 30 hour OSHA classes, Confined Space training, Forklift and Aerial Platform training, MSHA (Mining Safety) training, CPR/First Aid training, ARC Flash training, and GHS training.


McCarter is dedicated to providing a safe work environment for all our employees. We consider safety to be an intricate value of our company and proactively seek to maintain an ongoing program. The safety and well-being of all employees is our first consideration throughout all phases of work.

Fundamental Principles

  • Appropriate programs need to be implemented to protect employee health and safety and to prevent injuries and incidents.
  • Occupational injuries and illnesses are preventable.
  • Management seeks to define, initiate, and maintain programs and procedures to prevent injuries and illnesses.
  • Continuing scrutiny of programs and ongoing employee training and education in occupational health and safety are essential program elements.


  • Minimize health and safety risks by preventing unsafe acts and controlling exposures to health and safety hazards in the workplace.
  • Provide and assure that appropriate health and safety programs exist and are in place.
  • Control health hazards in the workplace and assure that employees are informed of hazards and how to protect themselves from overexposure.
  • Maintain medical records in a confidential manner.
  • Assure that all managers and employees have received orientation and training in health, safety, and environmental protection matters.
  • Require that all health, safety, environmental protection, and loss control practices, standards, laws, and regulations be observed relating to people, facilities, materials, processes, waste, and the environment.