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Construction Safety Week 2022

United in Safety

Rosendin is proud to participate in Construction Safety Week. Safety is a bond that unites us. It’s our connection to each other, and to something bigger than ourselves. Being connected gives us strength because it means we are not alone in building a stronger, safer industry, and in creating a safe, supportive environment for our workers. Supported means we are here for one another, and we have each other’s backs in every possible way, providing the tools and resources necessary to ensure everyone can do their best work and return home safely every day. When we’re connected and supported, we are better able to help ourselves and our teams stay present and focused on the job. We are better able to create a culture and workplace where everyone feels safe.

CONNECTED. SUPPORTED. SAFE.

The more we stay connected and committed, the more we can show up fully to support one another. And the more we feel supported, the more safe choices we make, and the better work we deliver, leading to safer selves, safer teams, and safer job sites.

Monday, May 2 – Remain Connected

Remaining connected to your loved ones, your co-workers/crew members, and your community allows each of us to be bonded and know that we are not alone. Connection brings comfort. It brings peace of mind. It allows us to be open and honest about daily experiences – good and bad – and find common ground with others around us. In other words, we are each other’s keepers. Staying connected on the job will create a stronger, safer crew.

Tuesday, May 3 – Be Supported

Support is mutual. When you support a coworker or friend, they are in turn more likely to support you. This mindset will give each of us the courage to speak up for safety. Our voices are one of the greatest ways to eliminate exposure, but it is not always easy to speak up when we see a potential risk or an unsafe action. Support is also shown within selfless acts for others, which have positive physical and mental effects. A simple gesture of care and concern for a crew member or loved one gives the support they may need whether they are suffering from anxiety, depression, or a tough personal situation.

CONNECTED. SUPPORTED. SAFE.

To ensure holistic safety, we must make every aspect of our well-being part of our safety cultures and programs by staying alert, observant, and always having each other’s backs. Together, physical and mental safety plays an essential role in our relationships with one another and improves our ability to bring our safest, most productive, best selves to work every day.

Wednesday, May 4 – Stay Safe

Safety is and always must remain a top value. Safety Week is the time to fill our safety “gas tanks” to last us the other 51 weeks of the year by giving us tools and new perspectives on safety while also retaining safety fundamentals.

The fundamentals of safety are often a company’s cardinal rules, which are policies that would most likely result in death or serious physical harm if violated. Each of us has a duty to ourselves and our coworkers to be constantly aware of potentially hazardous conditions. Policies surrounding PPE, fall protection, confined space, and more are what keep us all safe and are the building blocks of a strong safety culture.

Thursday, May 5 – Continue Learning (Demonstration Day)

The construction industry is filled with people of all ages, backgrounds, cultures, and experiences. How do we unite together as one connected, supported, and safe industry? Sharing lessons learned on new innovations to a common issue or streamlining a task to make it safer and more efficient will allow us to continually learn, improving our overall safety.

CONNECTED. SUPPORTED. SAFE.

Rosendin’s commitment to safety through meaningful action and permanent solutions is rooted in our core values: We Care. We Share. We Listen. We Innovate. We Excel.

Friday, May 3 – Employee Appreciation

Year over year, we have seen participation in Safety Week grow. Rosendin’s success is rooted in our people and the work they do every day that exhibits our Core Values, “We Care. We Listen. We Share. We Innovate. We Excel.” We are grateful for their daily commitment to safety and excellence. Because of each of you, we are united in safety. Thank you for all you do to ensure the safety of yourselves and your colleagues!

If you are interested in showing your commitment to stand up against discrimination, harassment, and bullying, we invite you to visit and sign Rosendin’s Culture of Care pledge.