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May 29, 2024

  An MPW Safety Coin may just be an ounce or two of metal, but its meaning carries far more weight. With the new year under way, Director of Safety and Training Matt Dawson reminds all employees to think about the importance of safety and all the coin represents. “Make this a toolbox talk,” he […]

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Culture of Cleanliness

January 9, 2024

The new year brings new focus to a familiar theme. “Cleanliness, which we’re referring to as the ‘Culture of Cleanliness,’ is the first step of a three-step process starting this year,” said Health & Safety Analyst Anthony Tagliaferro. The process begins by reemphasizing the importance of cleanliness; it is part of the company culture, and […]

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November 30, 2023

Keeping Management Accountable An account manager can’t be afraid to get her hands dirty. “You must have thick skin, a high commitment level and the ability to change gears quickly because there are so many variables to being successful and keeping our crews safe each day,” said Account Manager Sonya Burrell, who manages for MPW […]

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Project Manager Spotlight: It works with Workman

November 29, 2023

Project Manager Dan Workman makes sure that everyone at MPW has the right tool for the right job. “For me, I’m tasked with managing all of the vacuum truck rentals and temporary labor for industrial services that are required to meet the outage and project demands of our customers in the Midwest, South-Atlantic and Western […]

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November 7, 2023

It turned out to be a good deal for everyone. A steel plant in Mingo Junction, Ohio needed to get rid of mounds of damp lime left over from the steelmaking process. A waste service company in nearby Cambridge, Ohio needed a substance to prepare material in a solidification pit for disposal. “A lot of […]

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A Day in the Life: Frankie Mazza

November 7, 2023

Louisville Head Mechanic Frankie Mazza would have everyone believe his job is only about keeping the trucks moving, but there’s a lot more to it than that. “There’s always something to do, but there are days that it’s to the wall from the time you get here to whatever time you leave,” he said. Most […]

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Saved by Technology

June 23, 2023

A company with strong water jetting regulations and requirements for automation was looking for a willing partner to support its site because the company was disappointed with its existing provider. Enter MPW. “This chemical company pushes the technology on everybody who goes in there, and we were able to do it. They’re pretty stringent,” said […]

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National Safety Month 2023

June 1, 2023

June is National Safety Month and nowhere is fostering a culture of safety more important than at MPW Industrial Services, where each employee is required to submit a safety observation and a solution every month. Safety observations are a critical component of MPW’s safety program and culture. By identifying potential hazards and risks, these observations […]

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A Day in the Life: Ray Ratcliff

May 17, 2023

In a company as diverse as MPW in people and professions, it’s easy for all employees to settle into their immediate surroundings and lose touch with what other departments do on a regular basis, even on the same campus. Per reader request to focus more upon all MPW employees, sometimes all we need to bridge […]

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The Jacks of all Trades

July 13, 2022

Three Senior Employees Reflect on 40 Years at MPW When MPW was a new business, everyone had to be willing to do everything. “You had to wear all the hats back then,” said MPW Project Manager Mike McGonagle, a 43-year employee. “It’s a lot more structured environment today.” “Yeah, we got into everything,” said Fabricator […]

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