Category: Press Releases

March 13, 2013
Skanska Holds World’s Largest Safety at Work Activity

Skanska Holds World’s Largest Safety at Work Activity

Over the course of one week, more than a quarter of a million people around the world will be engaged in activities related to safety in the workplace. Skanska Safety Week is the world’s largest activity aimed at a safe work environment to be carried out by a private company.
December 6, 2012
JMJ Celebrates 2012 IIF Success in Korea

JMJ Celebrates 2012 IIF Success in Korea

AUSTIN, TEXAS, December 6, 2012—On Monday, December 3rd, GS Caltex Korea was awarded the first-ever IIF Success Award by JMJ. This award recognized the significant impact that the GS Caltex IIF efforts have had on GS Caltex projects as well as on the safety culture of Korea as a whole.
September 5, 2012
JMJ Presents ‘going Beyond Zero’ at the Cii Annual Conference, Celebrates 5th Year Membership

JMJ Presents ‘going Beyond Zero’ at the Cii Annual Conference, Celebrates 5th Year Membership

JMJ Presents ‘Going Beyond Zero’ at the Construction Industry Institute’s (CII) Annual Conference, Celebrates 5th Anniversary of CII Membership.
August 1, 2012
JMJ Hosts Inaugural Korea Incident and Injury-free® (IIF®) Success Day

JMJ Hosts Inaugural Korea Incident and Injury-Free™ (IIF™ ) Success Day

AUSTIN, TEXAS, July 13, 2012—The JMJ Korea Team hosted the first ever one-day Korea IIF Success Day (KIS Day) to recognize the successful results of their clients’ implementation of the IIF safety program. The purpose of the day was to share successes, lessons learned and best practices with current and future leaders of the IIF approach throughout Korea.
July 1, 2012
JMJ Associates Celebrates 25 Years of Enabling Companies to Achieve Peak Performance

JMJ Associates Celebrates 25 Years of Enabling Companies to Achieve Peak Performance

JMJ Associates, a global management consultancy specializing in Enterprise Transformation, marks a major milestone when it celebrates its 25th Anniversary in August of this year.