Kiewit once again joined more than 60 industry partners to participate in Safety Week the first week of May. Sponsored by the Construction Industry Safety Initiative (CISI) and the Incident and Injury-Free (IIF) Executive Forum, the event is focused on globally raising awareness of the industry’s obligation to work incident-free everywhere it does business. In the U.S., Canada, Australia and Mexico, Kiewit teams participated in Safety Week by engaging in training, discussions and celebrations to reinforce the company’s commitment to send every person on Kiewit’s projects home safely at the end of the day.
In Las Vegas, Project Neon crews participated in a job-wide safety meeting to discuss potential hazards. Project Neon is Nevada’s largest public works
Dulles Silver Line
Capital Rail Constructors, a Clark and Kiewit Joint Venture, kicked off Safety Week on the Dulles Silver Line project with a mass safety meeting led by the Craft Voice in Safety (CVIS) team. The CVIS team presented to craft and staff and discussed important topics like planning work, hazard analysis and peer engagement.
Lackawanna Energy Center
In Pennsylvania, the Lackawanna Energy Center project team marked Safety Week in a variety of ways including a mass safety meeting, discipline-led training focused on upcoming work and associated hazards, and a team cookout. They even got families involved by inviting employees’ children to design hard hat stickers showing what safety means to them.