In the News
Clients, associations and our partners globally have expressed appreciation for JMJ’s contribution to their businesses and work lives, as well as to the communities in which we work. Here is a look at some of our latest press…
Petroleum Institute of Thailand’s (PTIT) Focus April issue featured JMJ’s article exploring how Safety Leadership is distinct from Safety Management. The article explores how Safety Leadership is a set of new skills, awareness and capabilities that can and need to be developed and applied—in tandem with safety management – to achieve new levels of safety performance
JMJ Client Qatargas’ Jetty Boil-Off Gas Recovery Project (JBOG) Starts Operations in Ras Laffan
JMJ Client INPEX Operated Ichthys LNG Project Marks Major Construction Milestone
Long Term JMJ Client and Limbach Chairman/CEO, Charlie Bacon was recently featured on American CNBC news. In this interview, he shares some brief perspectives on safety as well introducing Safety Week 2015 to a national audience. Charlie Bacon is a the founding member of the Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) CEO Forum. JMJ has been facilitating and supporting the IIF CEO and IIF HSE Directors Forum, now in its 6th Year. An exciting and remarkable creation inside of these forums is the idea that construction companies stand together for the elimination of worker injury and inspire everyone within the industry to be leaders in safety.
Petroleum Institute of Thailand’s (PTIT) Focus features an article exploring how Safety Leadership is distinct from Safety Management, and the ways in which Safety Leadership must be prioritized in order to achieve the next level of safety results.
JMJ Client JGC Awarded Number 1 Contractor Safety Award at the ExxonMobil Development Company (EMDC) Contractor Safety Forum
In a recent Engineering Business (ENB) article, JMJ client JGC Corporation is featured having achieved safety success utilizing JMJ’s IIF safety approach. At the same time, the IIF approach has also helped JGC improve construction quality and raise productivity while building on their safety leadership capacity.
In a recent Engineering Network News (ENN) article, global engineering firm and JMJ client JGC Corporation is featured, reporting a sharp decline in their work-related injuries and deaths as a result of implementing an Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) safety approach within the organisation. This article reports on improved project performance and project margins at JGC.
JMJ Co-founder Mike Goddu and Professor Sidney Dekker featured in Business News Australia
JMJ Client Qatargas’ LR2 Refinery Project Achieves Significant Safety Milestone in the Construction Phase of the Project.