Welcome to the MICCS Certification Program website. The purpose of MICCS Certification Program is to recognize companies with high levels of safety achievement and to provide an easily-accessible, standardized safety program review that allows construction consumers ("facility owners") as well as contractors to safety prequalify their subcontractors.

For contractors that are applying to the MICCS Certification Program in order to bid on work, please be advised that the process will take about two months, so it is important not to wait until the last minute to complete the application. The basic steps of the process are:

  • Complete the online application and fee payment
  • Complete the Safety Program Review (SPRS)
  • Auditor reviews and scores the SPRS
  • Potential Home Office Audit

In order to use this system or participate in the program, you must create a user name and password. Please be sure to keep a record of these as you will need them to access information in the database.

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PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED IN YOUR EMAIL REMINDER. 

If your company is completing a late 2014 annual renewal, make sure to choose the renew with changes option. That is the only way that you will be able to address the new safety program policy requirements on your SPRS.

When you are updating your SPRS, please note that any mandatory items that are new or were not previously addressed by your company will be highlighted in red and have a blank page number box.  Any best practices items that are new or were not previously addressed by your company will have a blank page number box, but will not be highlighted.

All program policies that were previously scored as having met the requirement will have a "G" in the PDF page number box. The G stands for "grandfathered." Please do not change these references. Only the policies that you add or make changes to will be scored.

All other companies have the option of either renewing with or without changes, depending upon whether they wish for some or all of their safety program to be re-evaluated.


More information about changes to the MICCS Certification Program website and program requirements effective 1/1/2014