Desert Fire Protection believes that every individual is entitled to a safe and healthful place to work.

The management concept of Desert Fire Protection is not production and safety; it's production with safety. When production with safety is achieved, production with efficiency is attained simultaneously.

Our team has the ability to compete effectively in an extremely competitive industry. All employees, including management, are expected to maintain work habits and attitudes that ensure a safe work environment and comply with all federal, state and local regulations in addition to company policies. Employees are expected to participate in all safety related activities such as weekly safety meetings, safety trainings and incentive programs. Supervisors are also held accountable for maintaining a safe work environment and assuring that all steps of the safety program are being followed.

There is no job so important - or service so urgent - that we cannot take time to work safely. The safety of our personnel is of the utmost importance. Every day that all of our employees and the people we work with return home safely to their families is a successful day at Desert Fire.

Nothing in our business is more important than safety.

MDU Construction Services Group Support and Resources

Safety never sleeps and it requires continuous monitoring and improvement. The latest initiative across MDU Construction Services Group is Human Performance Improvement (HPI). Proper HPI training helps to maximize the potential of an organization. It allows companies and individuals to identify gaps in human performance works toward implementing effective solutions to solve these problems.

“... human fallibility is like gravity, weather, and terrain, just another foreseeable hazard. Error is pervasive ... What is not pervasive are well-developed skills to detect and contain these errors at their early stages."
- Weick and Sutcliffe (Leading with Resilience in the Face of the Unexpected)