Preventing injuries means relentlessly paying attention to risk. Using mind and body to always make safety number one. Executing the fundamentals is critically important. Mental discipline is a critical element of total wellbeing. Below is a video from BMWC employees about today’s topic. Thank you to Safety Specialist Andy Ball, Planner/Scheduler Ruben Augustin and Safety… Continue reading.
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Being safe means paying attention to both mind and body. It extends beyond wearing hardhats and safety glasses. It means recognizing how important mental health really is to everyone’s overall safety. From suicide to distractions that lead to devastating accidents, it is important that we all recognize the importance of total wellbeing. When workers are… Continue reading.
National Construction Safety Week 2021 kicks off this week with the theme Holistic Safety. This is a topic not often discussed in the construction industry. Physical safety is constantly discussed and tools are given to make sure workers are as physically safe as possible, but we want to make sure everyone has the tools to… Continue reading.
Success requires making personal sacrifices, working together for a common goal, pulling in the same direction and open communication. At BMWC Constructors, we are blessed to have the finest crafts men and women in the industry, who take pride in their work and create a safety spirit wherever they go because they know that protecting… Continue reading.
It’s no secret that the Covid-19 pandemic has been the most talked about and deadly topic around the world in 2020. BMWC implemented a Covid-19 Advisory Team right away and took proactive steps, publishing guidelines to protect all employees. Our construction teams have been doing a great job navigating these strange times amidst this invisible… Continue reading.
Safety Week Day 2 continues with this year’s theme Built on Safety. We are beginning with the foundation of safety where our topic is Focus on the Fundamentals. Please click on the short video and share the Safety Success Factors mentioned at the end. Used correctly, these fundamentals will keep everybody safe and out of… Continue reading.
National Construction Safety Week 2020 kicks off this week with the theme Built on Safety. We want to show our appreciation to our essential employees who continue to work safely and efficiently through these tough times, while also taking a week to think of safety topics that may not often focus on. We will be… Continue reading.
May is an incredibly significant month, not just for the Indy 500 races, graduations or the long-awaited sunshine. BMWC, along with thousands of other contractors appreciates May for both safety and mental health, which go hand-in-hand. From May 6-12, we celebrated Construction Safety Week and for the whole month the nation recognizes May as Mental Health… Continue reading.