Building Engineering launches exciting campaign to celebrate National Safe Work Month
As October marks National Safe Work Month in Australia, Building Engineering is proud to announce its special campaign to promote a safer and healthier work environment. This unique initiative combines awareness-raising efforts with thrilling competitions, all designed to champion the cause of workplace safety.
National Safe Work Month is a time to emphasise the significance of creating workplaces that are not only free from physical harm but also prioritise psychological well-being. Building Engineering recognises that a safe and healthy workplace benefits everyone involved, from employees to the organisation as a whole.
Safety first: #SafeWorkMonth
Building Engineering encourages all its employees and stakeholders to embrace the mantra of “for everyone’s safety, work safely,” under the hashtag #SafeWorkMonth. The company’s commitment to safety extends beyond its premises, as it actively participates in promoting safety awareness on a broader scale.
The primary objective of National Safe Work Month is to encourage individuals and organisations to make safety a top priority, thereby working together to reduce the number of work-related injuries, illnesses, and fatalities across the nation.
Week 1: Working together to manage risks at work
To kick off the National Safe Work Month celebrations, Building Engineering organised a special team prize based on the highest project safety KPI scores for the month of September. While several sites demonstrated exceptional safety practices, the coveted award went to the 380 St Kilda Road project. The team was rewarded with a site BBQ which the team enjoyed last Friday.
The 380 St Kilda Road project consistently maintained a high level of safety, not only in September but from its inception. Building Engineering commends their dedication and commitment to safety, setting an example for others to follow. Well done, team!
A Month of focused health and safety
Throughout October, Building Engineering will concentrate on different health and safety aspects, dedicating each week to a specific theme as part of National Safe Work Month. This approach ensures that safety is at the forefront of all activities and discussions, reinforcing a commitment to building a safe and healthy workplace.
As Building Engineering sets the stage for a month of safety-focused initiatives, it sends a powerful message that safety remains paramount, and it encourages others to join in the mission of creating safer work environments for all. Together, we can make a significant difference in reducing workplace injuries, illnesses, and fatalities.