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Korean Engineering & Construction Company Daewoo Shares Their Journey to Creating a New Safety Culture

JMJ client Daewoo Engineering and Construction (Daewoo E&C) headquartered in Seoul, Korea created a video to explain the journey their Safety leadership took to create a new safety culture.

They named it CLEAR which stands for Communication - Listen and Speak - Eliminate Unsafe Work/Conditions - Appreciate the Safe Work - Relationship Building. 

CLEAR is based on the core principles of the JMJ Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) safety approach that Daewoo E&C implemented. The video is 8 minutes long and describes how Daewoo E&C have progressed along their journey to improving safety and how it’s now making a difference to its safety culture.


Samsung Safety Truck Video

Note: This is a special post feature that JMJ is showing here as a one time temporary viewing for Client work. Samsung is not a client of JMJ's. This video is produced and licensed for Samsung and JMJ is not claiming ownership or permissions to distribute here. It is in the public domain on YouTube and this link will be taken down within the next 48 hours. Thank you.



Oil and Gas Major Capital Project: Nghi Son Refinery and Petrochemical in Vietnam: IIF Champion Team Building Video

At JMJ, we are proud of the great work our clients do around the world. We recognize that it is imperative that strong Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) cultures are able to recognize, acknowledge and appreciate their accomplishments.

In this four minute video, the Nghi Son Refinery and Petrochemical project share what their successful IIF program looks like across the site on a daily basis. The project has taken great strides in implementing a highly successful IIF program, and continues to experience the sort of culture and results reflective of the commitment to Incident and Injury-Free.

Nghi Son Refinery and Petrochemical project, located in the Thanh Hoa Province in Vietnam, 200 km south of the capital of Hanoi, will have the capacity to process 200,000 barrels of crude oil a day imported from the Middle East, producing petrochemical products such as gasoline, diesel oil, kerosene, jet fuel and polypropylene. The Nghi Son Refinery and Petrochemical project is estimated to cost a total of $8 billion, including the cost of preparing the ground for the refinery and building nearby harbor facilities. Building the refinery is expected to cost slightly more than $5 billion.




Jacobs: Global Construction Organization

A Safety Video - Kate’s Story
JMJ client Jacobs, a construction organisation approached JMJ and said “We have our own disaster to share within the company and learn from”.

Kate's Story is a video produced internally by Jacobs that tells the tragic story of Jacobs employee Kate Carpenter (London, UK), whose husband, John Kinns, also an employee, lost his life as the result of injuries sustained in the field. The video has been shown and discussed at office meetings across the globe and has had a profound impact within Jacobs. It tells the story of the fatality sustained by Kate's husband and the impact on her family.





To support their Incident-Free safety culture, JMJ client Maersk Oil Qatar (MOQ) created a video communicating their authentic commitment to work without any injuries or incidents on the Al Jassra oil rig. MOQ agreed to operate Al Jassra, a purpose built rig owned by Gulf Drilling International. New crew members had recently joined the rig, and, a week prior to commencing work, these new members engaged with and embraced the MOQ Incident-Free safety programme. The following video is part of MOQ’s communication initiative for all drilling operations, detailing how individuals can live out MOQ’s values and contribute to the overall safety performance of Maersk Oil Qatar,  the operation of Al Jassra and other drilling operations.




Addressing the “Why” of safety, in four 1 minute videos

JMJ partnered with leading global mining and metals company, Rio Tinto, on their Oyu Tolgoi site in Mongolia, to create an Incident and Injury-Free® (IIF®) safety culture tailored to the Mongolian culture. In the early work together, one of the consistent themes arising from workers during conversations and field walks was, Why? Why is it important to follow systems and procedures? Why should safety matter to me?

Leaders of Oyu Tolgoi listened to this request, and the HSE and communications team got to work. Their aim was to answer the ‘why’ in a simple way. These four 1 minute videos form part of their communication initiative, ‘My Reasons to Work Safely.’ They visually address ‘Why’—without a single word being spoken.

Shift your perspective on:

Good housekeeping promotes safety

Take responsibility for your personal safety and that of your fellow workers

Keep your vehicle safe and reliable by always doing your pre-start

Don't fall into bad habits when working at heights