Vulcan has a strong culture, exemplified by individual ownership, professional pride, and caring for each other, our customers, and communities. We are committed to the health of our people, their professional growth, and their safety. We were the first company in our industry to initiate a comprehensive industrial hygiene program and perform occupational health surveys for our employees. We have a relentless focus on safety. While our goal is zero incidents, our MSHA injury rate is substantially better than the industry average. An important measure of the strength of our culture may be found in McKinsey & Company’s Organizational Health Index6 (OHI), where Vulcan ranks in the top decile of more than 1,700 companies surveyed in the most recent OHI cycle. Vulcan is committed to fostering a diverse workforce, which includes recruiting and retaining the best talent in the industry regardless of age, gender, race, or sexual orientation. We have training, mentoring, and internship programs to help our employees grow and to identify and develop new talent. In 2019, Vulcan became the founding partner of The YARD, an initiative that connects students at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) with employers through innovation-focused pitch competitions, debates, and immersive technology studios. Our initial multi-year donation from the Vulcan Materials Company Foundation, along with resources provided by our Diversity & Inclusion Council, will support rising talent by building sustainable career paths that propel diversity and inclusion from classrooms to boardrooms.

Vulcan’s MSHA Injury Rate Compared to Aggregates Industry

Continuing Outperformance

Number of Injuries per 200,000 Hours Worked

Investing in the Growth and Development of our Employees

6 Source: McKinsey & Company’s Organizational Health Index. The Organizational Health Index utilized by Vulcan in 2015 and again in 2017 is a proprietary survey conducted by McKinsey & Company that measures the extent to which habits and practices are recognized by employees. The results are benchmarked against over 5 million respondents representing 1,700 engagements.