Culture change is the key to protecting your organization’s mental health
Eight ways leaders can create a positive mental health culture.
Is technology the answer to construction’s safety challenge?
New technologies have the potential to make construction safer but their success depends on leadership's commitment to a safety culture.
JMJ speaking at the National Safety Council (NSC) Safety Congress and Expo Conference
Larry Pearlman, Managing Director - Americas Market Leader will host a keynote session at the event.
JMJ CEO joins the conversation on corporate sustainability
How to create a sustainability culture.
JMJ Joins the Purdue Process Safety and Assurance Center
JMJ adds its name to a prestigious list of sponsors.
JMJ welcomes Barron Lozano, Senior Consultant – Americas
Lozano adds her 20-years of culture transformation expertise to the JMJ team.
Keeping workers safe – the first 90 days
Three top tips to ensure new employees understand your safety culture and stick to it!
Renewable energy: Learning from the safety lessons of other industries
Larry Pearlman, Managing Director - Americas Market Leader at JMJ, discusses renewable energy’s steep safety learning curve. What are the challenges the industry faces? What valuable lessons can it learn from other industries? What 10 steps can leaders take now to create the foundations for a safety culture?
Ten ways safety leaders can create a more psychologically safe workplace
Mark Britton, Managing Director - International Market Leader, at JMJ explores the steps leadership can take to ensure people speak up about their safety concerns.
Why our evolutionary instincts sometimes run counter to safety best practices
The imperatives that are hardwired into human DNA can put us at odds with the requirements of an organizational safety culture.
Why ‘rules first’ won’t improve your plant or site safety performance
A foundation of rules isn't the way to build a thoughtful, caring safety culture.
Ten cardinal rules for line managers
Many organizations have spent considerable time and effort developing ‘golden safety rules’ for their workforce to follow. But what about managers? What ‘rules’ do they apply to their own behaviors? What can employees expect from them?
Five steps to achieving high performance on your major capital projects
Recommended steps to improve performance and meet success criteria on time and on budget.
Key takeaways from The Oil Gas Denmark Task Force Safety Conference
International business leaders from a range of industries shared their perspectives on the causes, consequences and safety learnings from tragic events.
JMJ launches digital strategy with appointment of Will Burrus as Chief Technology Officer
Burrus will lead the organization's digital initiative with a focus on developing a new analysis, learning, and coaching platform.
JMJ helping create a safety culture at Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering
JMJ has laid a solid foundation to build a people-centered safety culture and will work with the client's senior leadership to generate a sustainable impact across the organization.
Catastrophe and systematic change: Learning from the Grenfell Tower and other disasters
New book by JMJ Master Consultant, Gill Kernick, attempts to understand why, despite enormous efforts, we persistently fail to learn from catastrophic events
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.
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.
A conversation with Dana Davis, President of Teichert Materials a construction company
Michael Huvane, JMJ Master Consultant, and, Dana Davis, President of Teichert Materials, a US-based construction materials company explore the relationship between a strong culture of safety and operational effectiveness.
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 […]
It’s a new game
It's difficult to remain focused, positive and engaged when the rules are constantly changing but don't let disruption derail you.
Global manufacturing corporation reduces quality defects and improves bottom-line performance
Working with JMJ to make safety and quality core values delivered measurable results.
Life of a leader during COVID-19
JMJ’s Master Consultant Gill Kernick asks Tamsin Lishman, Asset Director at Northumbrian Water Group (NWG) how they are adapting leadership practices to ensure the safety of their workers.
Life of a leader during Covid-19
JMJ Master Consultant Gill Kernick as she interviews Tamsin Lishman, Asset Director, Northumbrian Water. Lishman about how the organization has adapted to the 'new normal'.
Covid-19: Five principles for managers leading remotely, and the first one is ‘there are no rules!’
These five principles provide a helpful game plan for you and your team to stay engaged and connected while working virtually.
What Helmuth von Moltke the Elder taught me about being a parent and a leader during the Coronavirus pandemic
Camille Ford, JMJ Managing Consultant, shares some of her personal and professional lessons learned during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rather than social distancing, let’s call it physical distancing
How do we stay connected personally and professionally in a time of physical separation?
Major capital projects: Quality and high-performance cultures
This JMJ Transformation Talks podcast offers expert insights on creating a high-performance culture.
We’ll cascade it down to the front line …
If your company initiatives don’t work, or only partially succeed, your leadership approach may need to be overhauled to include the people most affected by organizational change.
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.
A tale of two projects
Two major capital projects with a lot in common and some very big differences.
Energy major capital project completes on schedule with quality marks met
$2.8B major capital project completed safely, on schedule and on budget.
Construction company Monadelphous achieves triple figures for days without injury
Engineering group Monadelphous adopted the Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) safety approach while responsible for all critical utilities on a project in excess of 5,500 in a remote location.
Energy company Shell Scotford achieved extraordinary turnaround success with the creation of a safety culture in the planned 60 days
A commitment to a safety culture delivered breakthrough results.
Energy company Maersk Oil Qatar describes strong operations management safety culture
How Maersk engaged its workforce in a positive safety culture.
Construction of the Shell Pearl Gas-to-Liquids (GTL) plant set a world record in Qatar and Shell’s 100-year project history
A strong commitment from leadership and contractors was instrumental to delivering world-class safety performance.
Cal Dive builds corporate culture with JMJ’s Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™) safety approach
Creating a strong safety culture and Incident and Injury-Free workplace delivered measurable improvements.
Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Company
JMJ's Incident and Injury-Free approach complimented existing policies and procedures to create a culture that embraces safety practices.