Author: Louise Wheal

July 15, 2013
BAM Nuttall Achieves a Sustainable Shift in Organizational Culture

BAM Nuttall was awarded the Engaging Employees Guardian’s 2013 Sustainable Business Award

BAM Nuttall was awarded the Engaging Employees Guardian’s 2013 Sustainable Business Award JMJ supports Civil Engineering Company, Bam Nuttall to build and strengthen their existing Beyond Zero safety culture resulting in a sustainable shift in organisational culture, reduced environmental incidents and increasedemployee engagement
February 15, 2013

Pfizer Makes a Cultural Shift Resulting in Measurable, Sustained Safety Performance

Pfizer Grange Castle is one of the largest biotech sites in the world. Over 1,000 people work at the Grange Castle site, which includes five manufacturing suites, a warehouse, quality control, development and technical services laboratories, and engineering and utility facilities.
October 6, 2009
BAA Terminal Five

British Airport Authority Deploys JMJ to Create Safety Culture at Heathrow’s Terminal Five

Achieved two periods of one million person-hours without a reportable accident; 40% decrease in minor accidents; over 75% of the workforce states that this is the safest site they have ever seen.
October 6, 2009
Skanska Cementation Foundations Partners

Skanska Cementation Foundations Partners with JMJ, Reducing Injury Rates by 75% in Four Years

The IIF engagement has, in partnership with Skanska Cementation Foundations, created an award-winning safety culture within the organization.