Safety Week 2015
JMJ Associates to Join Construction Industry Firms in Celebrating Safety Week 2015! May 3 - May 9
When: Sunday 3 May 2015 to Saturday 9 May
Where: Throughout the Construction Industry in the U.S
The second annual Construction Industry ‘Safety Week’ 2015 will be held from May 3 to May 9, 2015. The Safety Week effort, initiated by CEOs and leaders from over forty national and global construction firms representing the Construction Industry Safety Initiative (CISI) group and the Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) CEO Forum, is aimed to inspire the commitment to safety leadership across the construction industry. Over the course of the week, thousands of people around the world will engage in activities related to safety in the workplace. JMJ Associates is proud and honored to support them and to be part of this journey to lead the industry toward a way of working in which no one is injured.
Please join us for Safety Week 2015 and remember, each project we tackle may be unique, but our culture of caring for people and protecting the environment remains the same. Join and follow the Safety Week 2015 conversation on social media using the hashtag #safetyweek2015. For more information on Safety Week 2015, visit www.safetyweek2015.com.
About Safety Week 2015
Leaders of over forty national and global constructions firms comprising the Construction Industry Safety Initiative Group and the Incident and Injury-Free™(IIF™) CEO Forum have joined forces with a single aim: to inspire everyone in the industry to be leaders in safety. The group will be encouraging large and small contractors across the world to join them in elevating and celebrating safety with the goal of eliminating worker injury. They acknowledge that, while strides are being made to improve safety in the construction industry, the construction industry has a long way to go and presents a unique opportunity for everyone to work together. Every year, more than 80,000 workers suffer an injury on construction job sites across the U.S. Any one incident is one too many. Life is too precious to not make safety the number one focus in the U.S. construction industry.