Author: Mike Goddu

January 12, 2018

Second round of FEMA funding paves the way for ESS training updates and fire service awareness efforts

First responders, including U.S. firefighters, are the backbone of our country and critical to our safety as a nation, whether we’re faced with a terrorist attack or a natural disaster. JMJ applauds FEMA’s ESS new safety training updates for our firefighters to equip them with the tools necessary to educate and align our ever-changing world’s energy sector—its needs, technology and vulnerabilities.
January 11, 2018

LyondellBasell Safety Experts Host Global Faculty Workshop to Teach the Teachers About Process Safety

For more than 30 years, JMJ Associates has been committed to safety training workshops that enable companies to transform their safety practices to achieve incident and injury-free workplaces. Through this approach, we work with leadership teams and employees at all levels to create change in people, processes, culture and organizations, similar to the results achieved by LyondellBasell at their global faculty workshop.
January 11, 2018

OSHA Cites South Jersey Manufacturer for Continued Safety Violations

In our global, ever-changing world, it’s imperative that safety in the construction business is fundamental. At JMJ, we put safety first–we provide the support necessary to align better strategies, build better teams and deliver extraordinary results. We pride ourselves on helping our clients reach and maintain injury-free workplaces, which translates into transformation.
January 9, 2018

Construction Company Owner Charged with Manslaughter Over Worker’s Trench Death

Safety risks can never be ignored in the construction industry and this unfortunately is a prime example of what should NEVER happen on a job site. JMJ prides itself on its unprecedented safety record for its global clientele, and its safety approach has saved lives of millions of workers in the oil and gas, and construction industries.
June 21, 2017
Japanese Engineering & Construction Corporat Achieves Breakthrough Improvement in Safety Performance

Japanese Engineering & Construction Corporation Achieves Breakthrough Improvement in Safety Performance

The JGC Corporation based in Yokohama, Japan built a new safety culture across its entire organization, positively impacting local and overseas projects. With its experience on the Shell Pearl GTL project, JGC’s management recognized the potential of the IIF safety approach very quickly. It became their model project.