National Safety Month 2021
PCA is proud of its member companies’ commitment to safety and excited to celebrate Safety Month throughout June. Safety is a core value and we look forward to engaging with our members and hosting webinars, providing safety materials, collaborating with other construction materials associations, and staying active on social media. Help spread the message about health and safety by using the resources below and we hope you’ll join for all our events throughout June.
CEO Safety Roundtable
Tuesday, June 1
2:00 p.m. EST to 3:00 p.m. EST
While everyone is responsible for health and safety, leadership at the CEO level plays a significant role in a company’s safety culture. Come learn from PCA member company leaders about their views on safety and health in the cement industry. Moderated by Mike Ireland, the roundtable will offer insights from these industry leaders on the role of leadership and management in safety, building and maintaining a safety culture, how to continually improve health and safety, what challenges they foresee, the role of technology and more. We hope you can join us to hear from these industry leaders and celebrate safety month.
- Allen Hamblen, President and CEO, CalPortland Company
- Monica Manolas, President, Suwannee American Cement Company
- Walter Wulf, CEO, The Monarch Cement Company
For information and registration, please contact PCA Director, Construction Materials Safety Policy Libby Pritchard email@example.com
Keep an eye out for a special Shaped by Concrete safety-focused blog post by Chris Ward, President and CEO of Lehigh Hanson.
PCA will be sending unique safety hard-hat stickers for your employees arriving mid to late June. We would love to see photos on social media.
The PCA-MSHA Alliance will release the next CEO Cement Safety Alert on passenger elevator safety.
Believe in Safety Presentation
Wednesday, June 30
2:00 p.m. EST to 3:30 p.m. EST
Join us for a powerful presentation by Believe in Safety's Brandon Schroeder. Brandon is a safety speaker from Marion, IA, electrician, and survivor of an arc flash explosion. His story will bring to life the potential outcomes of a simple shortcut and why safe practices are important. Brandon’s is a message that people relate to — and truly brings home the reality of what an accident can mean.
Register here to attend and hear Brandon's story.
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