Safety Awards

Fred Weber, Inc. has been recognized by the industry for its ongoing commitment to safety in the workplace.


Awards

AGC of St. Louis

2008 Safety Award - Outstanding Safety Performance (Construction Services) 25,000 – 50,000 work man-hour category

  • 407583:  Route 21:  Old Route 21 and Hayden Rd.

2008 Safety Award – Outstanding Safety Performance over 30,000 Work Hours – Man Hour Category – Associated General Contractors of St. Louis

2007 Certificate of Commendation for Excellent Safety Record: Zero Incidence Rate – 50,000 hours worked and over

2007 Safety Award: For outstanding safety performance over 30,000 work hours man-hour category

Southern Illinois Builders Association (SIBA)

2007 Merritt Award: 0 Lost Time Accidents

Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers

Rock Solid Safety Awards

2012 Bluff City Minerals - Prairie du Rocher – Rock Solid Excellence in Safety

2012 Bluff City Minerals – GOLD

2011 Bluff City Minerals – GOLD

2010 Bluff City Minerals – GOLD

2009 Bluff City Minerals – GOLD

2009 Quality Sand – Rock Solid Safety Award

2008 Bluff City Minerals – GOLD

2008 Quality Sand – Rock Solid Safety Award

2007 Bluff City Minerals – GOLD

2007 Quality Sand – GOLD

2006 Bluff City Minerals – GOLD

2005 Bluff City Minerals – GOLD

2004 Bluff City Minerals – GOLD

2003 Bluff City Minerals – SILVER

The Southeast Missouri Mine Safety Association Awards

2011 Surface Mine Category Large Surface Mine 1st Place – North Stone

2010 Small Underground Mine 1st Place – New Melle

2009 Contractor Category 3rd Place - Iron Mountain Trap Rock, Stripping

2009 Small Underground Mine 1st Place – New Melle

2009 Surface at an Underground Mine (Small) 2nd Place – New Melle 

2009 Surface Mine Category Large Surface Mine 1st Place – Iron Mountain Trap Rock

2009 Surface Mill Category Large Surface Mill 2nd Place – Iron Mountain Trap Rock

2009 Surface Mill Category Large Surface Mill 3rd Place – North Stone

Commendation No Lost Time

  • Portable #1
  • Portable #2
  • Portable #3
  • Portable #4
  • Festus Quarry
  • New Melle
  • North Stone
  • O’Fallon Stone
  • South Stone
  • Iron Mountain Trap Rock
  • Iron Mountain Trap Rock Contracting, Stripping
  • Iron Mountain Drilling Services
  • JTR-2002 Dredge
  • Mark V Dredge
  • Queenfish Dredge
  • Mississippi Sand
Missouri Limestone Producers Association

No lost time accidents January 1 – December 31, 2009:

  • Portable Plant No. 1
  • Portable Plant No. 2
  • Portable Plant No. 3
  • O’Fallon Quarry
  • Queenfish Dredge
  • JTR 2002 Dredge
  • Festus Quarry
  • Mark V. Dredge
  • South Quarry
  • North Quarry
  • Iron Mountain Trap Rock
  • New Melle Mine

Consecutive Years Without a Lost Time Accident:

JTR – 2002 Dredge – 8 Years Without a Lost Time Accident

Festus Quarry - 9 Years Without a Lost Time Accident

O'Fallon Quarry - 9 Years Without a Lost Time Accident

Portable Plant No. 3 - 13 Years Without a Lost Time Accident

South Quarry - 14 Years Without a Lost Time Accident

Mark V Dredge -  23 Years Without a Lost Time Accident

Queenfish Dredge - 23 Years Without a Lost Time Accident

Iron Mountain Trap Rock - 30 Years Without a Lost Time Accident

200,000 hours worked without a lost-time accident:

  • Fred Weber, Inc. - North Quarry

No lost time accidents January 1 – December 31, 2008:

  • Portable Plant No. 3
  • O’Fallon Quarry
  • Queenfish Dredge
  • JTR 2002 Dredge
  • Portable Plant No. 4
  • Festus Quarry
  • Mark V. Dredge
  • Portable Plant No. 7
  • South Quarry
  • North Quarry
  • Iron Mountain Trap Rock

Consecutive Years Without a Lost Time Accident

JTR – 2002 Dredge – 7 Years Without a Lost Time Accident

Festus Quarry - 8 Years Without a Lost Time Accident

Portable Plant No. 3 - 12 Years Without a Lost Time Accident

South Quarry - 13 Years Without a Lost Time Accident

Mark V Dredge -  22 Years Without a Lost Time Accident

Queenfish Dredge - 22 Years Without a Lost Time Accident

Iron Mountain Trap Rock - 29 Years Without a Lost Time Accident

Extraordinary Safety Accomplishment

South Quarry - 500,000 Hours Without a Lost-Time Injury

Iron Mountain Trap Rock – 600,000 Hours Without a Lost-Time Injury

Hillenkamp-Rush Memorial Safety Award

Fred Weber, Inc.

Illinois Department of Natural Resources

Bluff City Minerals - “Spring Thaw/State Grants Safety Conference Annual Aggregates Safety Award - Underground Division" presented by the IDNR Office of Mines & Minerals for 2011 - Zero Lost Time Accidents

Bluff City Minerals - “Starved Rock Conference Safe Achievement Award, Underground Division" presented by the IDNR Office of Mines & Minerals for 2008, 2009 and 2010

Bluff City Minerals - “Annual Aggregate Safety Award” for Zero Lost Time Accidents in 2008

Quality Sand - “Safety Achievement Certificate” for 2008

National Stone, Sand & Gravel Association

2009 Awards

Safety Excellence Award - 27 Consecutive Years Without a Reportable Injury - Mark V

Safety Excellence Award - 12 Consecutive Years Without a Reportable Injury - Queenfish

2008 Awards

Safety Excellence Award – First Place Small Category – Mark V

Safety Excellence Award – 10 Years Without a Reportable Injury - Queenfish

Safety Achievement Award 

R&B Stone – 3 Years Without a Reportable Injury

Foley Stone – 3 Years Without a Reportable Injury

Auburn Stone – 2 years Without a Reportable Injury

JTR-2002 – 2 Years Without a Reportable Injury

Bluff City Minerals – 1 year Without a Reportable Injury

Festus Stone - 1 Year Without a Reportable Injury

Iron Mountain Trap Rock - 1 Year Without a Reportable Injury

New Melle Stone - 1 Year Without a Reportable Injury

O’Fallon Stone - 1 year Without a Reportable Injury

South Stone - 1 Year Without a Reportable Injury

 

 

OSHA

2011 - Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Inductees

"Star Sites"

  • Kingshighway Asphalt Plant
  • North Asphalt Plant 

2010 - Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Inductees

"Star Sites"

  • O'Fallon Asphalt Plant – Fourth in the Nation to receive this status
  • South Asphalt Plant – Fifth in the Nation to receive this status
Missouri Department of Labor

The 2011 State Annual Mine Safety Awards

  • Fred Weber-New Melle for Smallest Underground Mine
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