Raising The Bar On Safety

Safety Week

Learn how Chubb Construction is committed to partnering with the construction industry to help mitigate accidents and enhance the safety culture on current and future projects.

A Safety Week Message from Chubb Construction Risk Engineering

Safety is a broad, multidimensional term that should encompass more than just personal protective equipment (PPE). It should address proactive design and planning, worker orientation and training, adequate personal protective equipment and fall protection systems, and it must include commitment from both management and workers. However, another key area of worker safety that is often overlooked is the physical and mental well-being of the construction workers.

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    Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention Webinar

    Why should the construction industry care about mental health awareness? Listen to the replay of Chubb’s Lyndsey Christofer and impact entrepreneur, Dr. Sally Spencer-Thomas, on a joint webinar focused on the importance of mental health and suicide prevention as a core component of construction worksite safety.

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    Drones in the Construction Industry

    Construction is one of the fastest growing industries to utilize commercial small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) or drones.

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    Fall Fatalities

    Learn the 10 steps organizations should take to help increase safety and reduce the fall fatality rate in the construction industry.

Chubb Construction Safety Investigator (CSI): Tool Box Talk

Learn how Chubb Construction takes a different approach towards safety tool box talks.

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Safety Pledges

  • John Deal

    What Safety Means To Me

    "I pledge to make safety my number one priority in the work place and at home. It starts on the ground and works its way up- checking for anything that is not safe and reporting it."

    John Deal
    Head Field Laborer
    Budget Maintenance, Inc.

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    What Safety Means To Me

    “We believe that National Safety Week is an ideal way to bring continued awareness and focus to the risks associated with the construction industry and provide pro-active thoughts and measures in our collective efforts to combat these risks to make the construction industry safer. This same pro-active approach and focus should be carried out throughout the year; day by day, week by week, making safety our 365 day a year goal”

    George Cesarini
    Senior Vice President
    Construction Risk Engineering
    Chubb Construction

    Matthew Kupiec
    Assistant Vice President
    Construction Risk Engineering
    Chubb Construction

Safety Spotlights

  • Dave Andrews

    What Safety Means To Me

    “Everybody getting home to their family the same way they left the house in the morning.”

    Dave Andrews
    Structural Concrete Foreman
    Cavan Construction Company

  • Lee Mensack

    What Safety Means To Me

    "As a Paramedic, I have seen first-hand someone who decides to take a chance and sustains an injury. As a Safety Associate for IMC Construction, it is my goal to identify potential hazards and then remediate. I stress the importance of best safety practices to those on my site in a positive manner.

    The bottom line is everyone goes home every day to enjoy what they have worked for."

    Lee Mensack
    IMC Safety Associate

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