JMJ was honored to participate in Jacobs Engineering’s first Safety Symposium which was held in Raleigh North Carolina at the end of October. Andy Erickson, Senior Consultant at JMJ, acted as facilitator at the event, which was attended by over 150 construction leaders from across the region. Below is a brief summary of the event along with Andy’s four key takeaways for construction industry leaders.
With the construction market in North Carolina booming, contractors of all sizes are facing shortages of skilled tradespeople and seasoned frontline leaders. Speakers from OSHA and the Construction Industry Roundtable shared forecasts for the future workload and changing workforce. Representatives of the North Carolina Community College System, Board of Certified Safety Professionals and North Carolina Alliance for Military Employment described their efforts to recruit and upskill tradespeople. In a series of mini workshops, participants shared best practices.
Four Key Takeaways
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JMJ was honored to participate in Jacob’s Engineering’s first Safety Symposium. Over 150 construction leaders from across the region participated in the session. Here is a brief summary of the event along with Andy Erickson’s four key takeaways for construction industry leaders.
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