Our Safety Promise

As a member of Murphy & Miller, Inc., all employees automatically accept a moral obligation to their fellow employees and an economic obligation to Murphy & Miller, Inc. to see that operations under their care, custody and control are carried out in an efficient and safe manner.

Along with other responsibilities, safety consciousness must always exist in thinking and planning. Because of this obligation, all employees must not only prevent obvious unsafe acts on the part of themselves and those they work with, but they must anticipate potential hazards. After an accident occurs, it is too late to prevent it. All employees must recognize that working in an unsafe manner is counter-productive. Most important, each employee is encouraged to demonstrate leadership ability by setting a good example.

To make Murphy & Miller’s approach to safety more effective and uniform throughout our organization we continually strive to outline, formalize and train Murphy & Miller’s employees to meet the highest standards within our industry.

Murphy & Miller, Inc. takes every effort in providing to its customer a top quality trade crafts person. We take the time to nurture all of our employees through extensive in-house training programs, as well as providing one-on-one mentoring with the senior journeymen. Typically the average field person has been with our company for twelve to fifteen years. Our technical support system, through our supervisory structure is unique to Murphy & Miller, Inc. We maintain a comprehensive internal supervisory staff made up of the finest senior journeymen that provide support to all our field operations on day-to-day bases.
All Murphy & Miller, Inc. field personnel have the following Safety Training:

  • OSHA 10 Hour Certification
  • Aerial Lift Training
  • Certificate of CFC Qualification (Universal)
  • Puron Certification
  • Tested & Trained in Procedures Involving Confined Spaces
  • Qualified Crane Signal Person and Qualified Rigger
  • NFPA 70E Arc Flash Protection Training
  • Fall Protections Training
  • Asbestos Awareness Training
  • Mold Response/Water Intrusion Management
  • Lockout / Tagout Training
  • Hazard Communication Program (HAZCOM 2013)
  • City of Chicago Scaffold Training
  • Assured Grounding/GFCI Program

James J. Miller
Owner & CEO

In addition to the practices outlined above M&M also frequently updates our employees on a consistent schedule here are just a couple examples.

Weekly Safety Tips – Here at M&M we create a work environment revolving around safety. Part of this is sending out weekly newsletters with the latest safety tips to all of our employees.

Toolbox Talks – We strive to keep our employees as safe as possible. This includes having professionals at the top of their field come and give additional expert advice for the field. At we are constantly improving and reinforcing our training through the aforementioned programs.