Highwire, a cloud-based mobile platform that empowers clients to make smarter risk management decisions, has announced the recipients of its prestigious safety awards. Wunderlich-Malec Systems, Inc. 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.
“Wunderlich-Malec Systems, Inc. has done a remarkable job of implementing a strong safety management system. In addition to keeping employees safe, safety performance of this caliber should reduce their insurance premiums,” – 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 a 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 known for its cloud-based and mobile platform, which empowers clients to make improved risk management decisions. The company’s proprietary algorithms, developed at an Ivy League University, leverage safety and financial indicators to accurately pre-qualify vendors. Highwire’s suite of solutions captures data that helps ensure clients and their subcontracted vendors not only meet regulatory standards but also approach safety in a way that positively impacts their number of injuries, loss rate, EMR, defaults, insurance premiums, and overall financial health.
“We are extremely honored to receive this award recognizing the robustness of our safety programs and culture. Our employee owners are empowered to include safety in every one of their daily tasks both at work and home. While we strive to give each employee owner the tools and training needed to help drive success in this area, it really comes down to people watching out for each other and taking the time to put first things first.” – Kurt Detloff, Wunderlich-Malec Safety Manager