On December 14, AGC blogged the announcement of the eight winners of the 2015 ROSE Award, which recognizes chapter leaders in safety excellence and their dedication to safety. These eight companies have worked very hard, and through continuous improvement of their safety program they have received well-deserved recognition from peers in the industry. All eight winners this year were recommended to move forward to the AGC of America’s CSEA competition.
In this second of three blogs, AGC asks the question “What does winning a ROSE award mean to your company?”. (Click here to see what winners said in the first blog.)
“Our Safety and Health program is on a trajectory of continuous improvement. Our ROSE award(s) continue to validate that we are headed in the right direction with our programming to keep our employees and our subcontractor’s employees safe and healthy while on our projects and at home.“ Art Bush, R&H Construction
“The ROSE award is a good motivator to strive for continuous improvement within our safety program. Each year the judges ask great questions that get us to think about what further improvements could be made to our safety effort.” Jeremy Lawson, Slayden Construction Group
“Our team takes great pride in winning the ROSE award because it is a symbol of our commitment to our people and illustrates our dedication to upholding our company’s safety values.” Mike Reno,Goodfellow Bros.
Check back soon to see more quotes from the ROSE Award winners.