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Our clients are among the world's leading companies spanning a diverse range of industries and business functions. We bring values-based solutions to our clients' most pressing challenges leading to extraordinary results in safety, leadership, project performance and sustainable business.

The JGC Corporation based in Yokohama, Japan built a new safety culture across its entire organization, positively impacting local and overseas projects.

SPD achieved a breakthrough in safety results seeing a 78% reduction in Lost Time Injury Frequency (LTIF) rate from 0.9 to 0.2

SPD had been working on improving its safety performance ever since the start of its operations in 2003. While improvements had been seen, the company leadership remained dissatisfied by an injury rate which was unacceptably high. To note just one metric of performance, SPD saw eight fatal accidents in 13 years of operations with the most recent in October 2014. While this was better than the industry benchmark in Russia, it was not considered good enough for SPD. 

JMJ Associates announces the appointment of Sue Steele as Chief Executive Officer effective April 10, 2017

JMJ is proud and honored to support the fourth annual Construction Industry ‘Safety Week’ 2017, to be held from May 1 to May 5 2017.

The LNG Upstream project was delivered on time and under budget by $98.8 Million, a 7% saving.

The Australian energy company had never executed a project of this scale before. The challenges faced were significant. The project scope was ambitious – one of the world’s largest projects, covering an enormous geographic area and with a tight project time frame. The capital investment of the project alone doubled the value of the Australian energy company’s business. The Australian energy company had to transform from a retail provider of domestic gas into a global provider of gas.

JMJ Partner Alan Palmer will moderate, the annual ‘Task Force Zero Safety Conference’ taking place on Wednesday 19 April 2017.

In a recent Swedish trade magazine called ‘Papper och Massa’ (Pulp and Paper), JMJ client Billerudkorsnäs, a pulp and paper manufacturer based in Sweden describes its Journey with building a safety culture with its 900 employees and 1,200 contractors.

JMJ Client Associated British Ports (ABP) is embarking on a ground-breaking health and safety journey which will see not only ABP employees, but everyone the business works with, strive for Beyond Zero.

Safety Week is an opportunity for people and companies – even competitors – to work together and rally around a common cause. During Safety Week, construction companies will take the opportunity to thank their employees for the commitment to safety and work to educate, inspire and share best practices.

JMJ Associates to join construction industry firms for the third year to celebrate Safety Week 2016. JMJ Associates is proud and honored to support them and be part of this journey to lead the industry toward a way of working in which no one is injured.

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