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Jobsite Hazards Should be Reported by Workers

Article-Jobsite Hazards Should be Reported by Workers

chadchai krisadapong/Alamy Stock Photo Young man in safety vest gripped his knee and screams in pain. Due to injuries at the construction site. His friend comes and help him.
Speakers at Associated General Contractors of America’s recent health and safety conference provided tips on how to effectively create a safety program through company culture.

Shelley Scalzo Brown, corporate safety director for Bergelectric and presenter, discussed the need for every construction worker’s voice to be heard, especially those in underrepresented groups.  

Brown also discussed the need for companies to increase their culture by funding initiatives focused on diversity, equity and inclusion that may better help employers understand where their workers are coming from and meet them at a level where they feel empowered to report on jobsite safety.  

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