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C S Beatty Holds Weekly Safety Call

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Each and every Wednesday C.S. Beatty has a standing safety meeting for company superintendents that is part of the process of keeping its employees safe.

The Wednesday call usually last for 20-30 minutes, and each week they cover a safety topic that relates to a previous finding during a job site observation, such as proper signage on roadways or a barricade procedures. They also discuss on-the-job issues or concerns that can be shared across company job sites and any near misses or first aids. The call also provides superintendents with the opportunity to ask or pick the minds of the group, and the company’s general superintendent can share upcoming events or concerns or kudos. “It’s just gives everyone an opportunity to share and learn from other sites,” said Chet Willis.

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