MFA Recognized by Highwire for Gold Safety Award
MFA Receives Highwire’s 2022 Gold Safety Award
Highwire, a cloud-based mobile platform that empowers clients to make smarter risk management decisions, has announced the recipients of its prestigious safety awards. Maul Foster & Alongi has received the Gold Safety Award. This award is presented to companies who register a safety score between 85% – 95% in the Safety Assessment Program administered by Highwire.
“Maul Foster & Alongi has done a remarkable job of implementing a strong safety management system,” says Garrett Burke, CEO of Highwire.
The Safety Assessment Program reviews a company’s historic safety performance and current safety management systems. The platform normalizes data for vendor or contractor size and type of work performed. The program provides thorough, objective and consistent evaluation of company performance so clients can identify, monitor, and manage risk smarter. The results provide a strong indicator of how a vendor or contractor values safety and a reliable predictor of future performance.
About Highwire: Highwire is a global SaaS company. Our cloud-based and mobile platform empowers clients to make better risk management decisions. Proprietary algorithms, developed at an Ivy League University, leverage safety and financial indicators to accurately pre-qualify vendors. The data captured by our suite of solutions ensures that our clients, and their subcontracted vendors, are not only meeting regulatory standards but are approaching safety in a way that positively impacts their number of injuries, loss rate, EMR, defaults, insurance premiums, and their overall financial health.
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