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Archive for the ‘Safety’ Category

Erasing Safety Myths

Recently, I came across a blog in the American Society of Safety Engineers website that addressed countering safety myths posted by David Castella, VP of strategic accounts for ProcessMAP.

I have extracted some of the content and reprinted in this blog as his message is relevant in the Southeast construction industry due to its fast pace, volume of work and potential competing values.

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McKenney’s is Moving Fleet Safety Forward!

This month in safety we will elaborate on the state of Fleet Safety in our industry, the impact of accidents to our business and our employees, and highlight the technological advances that will improve how we move our products and people safely on our roads and highways.

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When the Workload Increases – Be Where Your Boots Are

Over the past number of months our company has been talking about the pending increase in construction work across the Southeast this summer.  It certainly has picked up in our operations.  Bottom-line: it’s here!

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Our Journey Toward a Zero-Incident Culture

Moving Safety Forward: Our Journey Toward a Zero-Incident Culture

 

WHY

Safety is our most important core value at McKenney’s. Our goal each and every year is to provide a safe and healthy work environment for our employees and our customers. Our commitment to this goal is summed up by this Safety Mission:

  • Build a partnership with our employees, customers, and business associates that empowers them all with the ability to do their jobs safely.

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Keeping Each Other Safe

The month of June has been designated as “National Safety Month” by the National Safety Council (www.nsc.org). At McKenney’s, we take this opportunity to raise awareness of what it takes to Keep Each Other Safe. Our focus: Reducing leading causes of injury and death at work, on the road, and in our communities.


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