IMGXYZ110IMGZYXThe feature article of this edition of The Construction User is entitled “Values, Ethics and Safety – the Hard Truth Behind the Zero Injury Concept” by Emmitt J. Nelson. Mr. Nelson’s Zero Injury Concept is the inspiration behind the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, Inc.’s (NMAPC) own Zero Injury Safety Awards Program. To learn more about the Zero Injury Safety Awards click here.
This is also the last edition under the presidency of Mr. Bill Brown of Ben Hur Construction out of St. Louis, MO. Brown dismisses with the pleasantries and strikes a chord with the current state of the union construction industry and what must be addressed in order to see the resurgence in marketshare that is so desperately needed in our sector of the industry.
General Council Steve Fellman addresses the newly elected Democratic control of both the House and Senate and what it means to the contractor community, and several speakers at the Leadership Conference weigh in on various topics of interest including:
- Survival of an Industry: Testing for the Truth
by Mark Breslin of Breslin Strategies, Inc.
- How to Manage Workers’ Compensation Costs
by Gene Haderlie of SeaBright Insurance Co.
- Pension Protection Act of 2006 – What does it mean to you?
by Randy DeFrehn of the National Coordinating Committee for Multiemployer Plans
This and more can be found in the electronic version of The Construction User below.
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