Construction Sciences focussed on the safety of our young workers for National Safe Work Month. In recognition of their personal commitment to safety we recognised three of our HSE Icons – Charlie Corner, Jack Jenkins and Shawn Weston-Freeman.
More than 20% of the Construction Sciences workforce are young workers. We asked our Area Managers to nominate young workers in their areas as stand out “HSE Icons” who stay committed to safety, especially while they are still learning all the other elements of their jobs. The workers selected as our HSE Icons have been recognised for their personal commitment to safety as well as always making sure those around them are safe.
Congratulations to our HSE Icons who will receive a gift voucher and HSE Icon certificate in recognition of their HSE commitment:
Charlie Corner – Perth Lab
Charlie was nominated by Paul O’Brien – West Australian Area Manager, for embracing HSE policies and procedures and demonstrating a keen interest in maintaining a safe working environment. He also has the highest driver behaviour score of all WA drivers despite spending a lot of time on the road testing each day. Great work Charlie!
Jack Jenkins – Brisbane South Lab
Jack was nominated by Chris Pearce – South QLD/NZ Area Manager, for always looking for improvements to his work areas to make processes safer and more user friendly, he’s also a keen participant in monthly toolbox talks and confidently gives opinions to senior staff on his ideas. Keep it up Jack!
Shawn Weston-Freeman – Coffs Coast Lab
Shawn was nominated by Zane Lasker – Coffs Coast Lab Manager, for his positive attitude towards safety and initiative when it comes to helping out with safety inspections that need to be completed. Awesome work Shawn!
For everyone’s safety, work safely. #SafeWorkMonth #HSEIcons #CSLifeSavingRules