Why organizations must create a culture that embraces sustainability
JMJ's CEO, Jeff Williams, shares practical advice on cultural transformation with Forbes readers.
JMJ’s Jay Greenspan shares engineering and construction CEOs’ workplace safety concerns with Construction Dive
CEOs say jobsite safety has slipped since the pandemic.
JMJ’s Larry Pearlman contributes leadership and safety insights to Journal of Protective Coatings and Linings
Building a Relationship to Safety
JMJ’s Rick Cates is National Truck Driving Championship’s ‘Senator’
Title honors Cate's 50 years of involvement with NTDC's organizing committee.
JMJ celebrates 35 years of Making the Impossible Possible
Global culture transformation consulting firm reaches a significant milestone.
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LaGuardia Airport Terminal B Capital Project receives National Academy of Construction (NAC) Award
Prestigious award for internationally-recognized project.
Safety organization: Lessons learned from benchmarking staff levels
Larry Pearlman, Managing Director, Americas Market Leader, spoke at a recent Louisiana Chemical Association (LCA) event alongside Samantha Connell, Global Health Director, and Todd Hogue, Global Vice President, Indorama ventures.
JMJ CEO joins the conversation on corporate sustainability
How to create a sustainability culture.
JMJ welcomes Barron Lozano, Senior Consultant – Americas
Lozano adds her 20-years of culture transformation expertise to the JMJ team.
JMJ speaking at Purdue University Process Safety and Assurance Center Spring Conference
Managing Director – Americas Market Leader, Larry Pearlman will speak about process safety implications for renewable energy.
JMJ sponsors Construction Safety Week 2022
Safety Week is an annual initiative to build a safer, stronger industry
JMJ client, LNGC, wins prestigious award
JMJ has been working with LNGC at multiple project locations for three years.
Safety Leadership Toolbox Talk: Muscle and Bone
JMJ's Toolbox Talks are designed to stimulate critical and transformational conversations around workplace safety and contribute to overall organizational efficiency, productivity and success.
Safety Leadership Toolbox Talk: When Push Comes to Shove
JMJ's Toolbox Talks are designed to stimulate conversations around workplace safety and contribute to overall organizational efficiency, productivity and success.
Safety Leadership Toolbox Talk: “It Won’t Happen to Me”
The Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) Toolbox Talks created by JMJ highlight 52 thought-provoking topics in four major categories: personal, behavioral, cultural and systems.
The danger of the narratives we use to silence: Grenfell and the rebel residents
JMJ Master Consultant Gill Kernick, shares her insights about the narratives used to silence individuals meaning critical information is not used in making key decisions.
JMJ co-hosts ‘Policy Lessons from Catastrophic Events’ Workshop with Cambridge University’s Bennett Institute for Public Policy
A report from the Bennett Institute for Public Policy captured the output of a workshop held in February 2020 which focused on why we find it difficult to learn from catastrophic events.
Power and accountability: Policy lessons from catastrophic events, published in FIRE magazine
JMJ Master Consultant Gill Kernick writes about how the quality and impact of politicians’ responses to major incidents would improve by attending to the psychological contract with those impacted. The article was published by FIRE magazine, a UK Fire safety and prevention magazine. Gill lived on the 21st Floor of Grenfell Tower from 2011 to […]
Managing worker fatigue in a VUCA world
Article featured in Florida Transport Builder addresses how organizations can create human performance solutions that will keep people safe.
Craig L Martin former President and CEO of Jacobs Engineering Group honored for leadership and construction safety record at ENR
or nearly a half century, Craig L. Martin, former president and CEO of Dallas-based Jacobs Engineering Group, specialized in major infrastructure projects worldwide, including energy, transportation, environmental, water and wastewater, power, utilities and telecommunications.