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Construction Safety Award 2022: 500,000 – 1 Million Annual Hours

The Association of the Wall and Ceiling Industry’s Excellence in Construction Safety Awards give national recognition to member companies that manage an effective safety program in a given year.


500,000 – 1 Million Annual Hours Worked


T.J. Wies Contracting, Inc., Lake St. Louis, MO

“TJ Wies’ safety director and safety managers meet weekly to discuss current issues and trends. Toolbox talks are issued accordingly to address leading indicators. Plans are formulated to focus on problem areas. For example, in the recent past we identified a need to address blind spots on lifts and purchased camera systems containing a tablet showing a live feed in the basket to enable our employees to view the base of the lift and any blind spots while maneuvering. All of these elements are thoroughly reviewed and discussed in quarterly strategic planning meetings amongst the executive leadership team and changes to our overall corporate strategy are implemented accordingly. In addition to our employees’ safety, it is ideal to maintain our low EMR as insurance costs savings attributable to our EMR allow us to allocate resources to other essential areas during strategic planning.”


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