Commercial Ready Mix Products, Inc.

Safety Info from Commercial Ready Mix Products, Inc.

A “strong commitment to safety,” is not just a cliché at CRMP, Inc. Tim Curley, Safety Director, heads our safety team along with Brian Futrell. Tim and the safety team incorporate the use of a Safety Committee and an Accident Review Board, made up of a cross section of our managers and employees. This team guides the managers and employees of Commercial Ready Mix to safe work practices and regulatory compliance. Our safety effort extends to the general public as well.

Because many of our employees are truck drivers only highly qualified applicants are considered for driving positions. Driver applicants must pass a screening process that includes a physical examination and pre-employment drug test. Our “Drug Free Workplace Program” involves everyone in the company, including company officers.

To improve our overall safety effort, we also offer a variety of classes such as first aid and defensive driving, for anyone who drives a company vehicle. Training is also geared to OSHA and MSHA compliance.

New-Hire Orentation

New employees attend safety orientation training before beginning their work.

Mentor Training

CRMP's driver mentorship program helps educate, prepare and build confidence in new and current drivers. Mentors provide support, guidance and sense of community for their fellow drivers.

Job Site Review

Periodic job site reviews ensure full compliance with CRMP’s safety policies, OSHA, and any other applicable local, state, or federal regulations.

Accident Reporting

Accident reports are reviewed by the safety director, plant manager and fleet manager and corrective action is taken as required.

Toolbox Talks

Weekly "Toolbox Talks” lead by first line supervisors with their team members are an informal group discussion that focuses on safety, providing a way for team members to communicate with each other and management about any safety concerns they may have. These meetings are also used to review recent accidents, unsafe acts, and special precautions for upcoming work.

To report unsafe acts or to discuss our safety program
contact Tim Curley (252) 358-5461