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Empowering Individual Safety with Technology

Posted by Dillon Hogan on Tue, Oct 30, 2018

There is nothing more important on a job site than safety. To prevent an injury, one must recognize the potential risk and take corrective action beforehand. The challenge that companies like us face is not so much in trying to figure out how an incident happened, but to condition employees to recognize the potential of injury before it happens. Once that mindset has been ingrained, he or she must then be empowered to address and, or escalate it without repercussion.

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Company Pride: Brennan Gets Re-Certified as a Great Place to Work

Posted by Angela Wierzbicki on Tue, Sep 18, 2018

Pride in Our Company

Pride is a common theme for us at Brennan. As an organization, we are privileged to be in a position where we can have so much of which to be proud. We’re lucky to have employees who commit to making Brennan a great place to work, and we are proud to have them. Finally, we are proud to be able to say that 96% of our employees are proud to share they work at Brennan, which we discovered from the findings of our 2018 Great Place to Work® re-certification.

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2 Things You Should Know About Dropping Water Temps

Posted by Samantha Schmitz on Fri, Nov 4, 2016

As we begin the month of November those of us that work in and around the water have to start planning for seasonal changes and the accompanying cold weather challenges.  Water temperatures begin to drop rapidly, sometimes over a degree Fahrenheit (F) per day.  This presents a whole new bunch of logistical and safety risks. 

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4 Steps to a Successful Safety-Based Observation Program

Posted by Samantha Schmitz on Fri, Oct 7, 2016

We live in a world where focus on construction safety is advancing as rapidly as the development of new microchips.  When it comes to safety, a construction company cannot afford to learn by mistake.  Reacting and correcting is not a sustainable method to our survival in this day and age.  We have to look forward and predict problems before they happen. 

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