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The company maintains a professional training staff that operates
Rosendin University, which offers safety and other job-related courses in both
classroom and online settings.
As a company, Rosendin has embraced this responsibility and is
thriving through this corporate mandate."

CEMENTING SAFETY STANDARDS
To help articulate its message of safety to all new employees,
the executive team takes a prominent role in the new employee
orientation process through a professionally produced video. This
video allows new employees to hear directly from the top that all
employees are expected to work safely and are empowered with
presenting Rosendin's "Stop Work Card" if they are ever asked
to perform, observe or work in inherently unsafe environments.
The orientation video includes segments from Vice President
of Safety Marty Rouse, who discusses how safety is considered a
value to the organization, and how employees strive to be each
other's keeper when performing work. As well, a personal safety
story from Greenawalt describes how he was severely burned in
an arc flash accident early in his career. His words and emotions,
while providing details, are striking and tend to leave a lasting
impression and impact on employees.
Additionally, executive leadership, regional operations managers and safety staff take part in quarterly safety/risk management
meetings to discuss the company's safety performance in-depth.
All those in attendance receive incident information from all

divisions within Rosendin, and leadership is tasked with explaining details of each incident to their respective peers.
"The goal of this meeting is for all levels of management to
know about the incident, the root cause of the incident and determine what preventative measures can be implemented moving
forward," says Greenawalt.
"Rosendin also has robust methods in place for identifying,
evaluating and communicating hazards to our employees. Some
methods used are standard-policy driven, such as requiring employees to wear required personal protective equipment (PPE) at all
times, and the importance of stretch-and-flex in the mornings. Other
methods are task-oriented and require personnel to take a close
look at the work location and where the work is/will be conducted."
Greenawalt adds that Rosendin helped in the development of
a new safety feature on band saws.
"We reached out to a tool manufacturer and developed a portable band saw that would immediately stop operating if either
of your hands were taken off the machine, ultimately preventing hand and finger cuts and potential amputations. In addition,
we reached out to a ladder manufacturer to change the color of
the last/bottom step on ladders. This helps our employees who
wear bifocal glasses to see that last step when climbing down
from a ladder."

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Constructor - May/June 2018

Editor’s Note
President’s Message
CEO’s Letter
Nailed It! Celebrating a Century’s Worth of Tools & Equipment
Simonson Says
A Super Bowl: First-of-Its-Kind Innovation Leads to Award-Winning Stadium
AGC in Action
Positive Charge: Rosendin Electric Receives Construction Safety Excellence Award
Chapter Connection
Creating a Culture of Coaching: How to Engage, Retain and Grow Better Employees
Member and Chapter News
Construction Corner
Technology Toolbox
Products & Services Marketplace
Index to Advertisers
2018 Equipment Guide
Constructor - May/June 2018 - intro
Constructor - May/June 2018 - cover1
Constructor - May/June 2018 - cover2
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 3
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 4
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 5
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 6
Constructor - May/June 2018 - Editor’s Note
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 8
Constructor - May/June 2018 - President’s Message
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 10
Constructor - May/June 2018 - CEO’s Letter
Constructor - May/June 2018 - Nailed It! Celebrating a Century’s Worth of Tools & Equipment
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 13
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 14
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 15
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 16
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 17
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 18
Constructor - May/June 2018 - Simonson Says
Constructor - May/June 2018 - A Super Bowl: First-of-Its-Kind Innovation Leads to Award-Winning Stadium
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Constructor - May/June 2018 - 22
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 23
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 24
Constructor - May/June 2018 - AGC in Action
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Constructor - May/June 2018 - 27
Constructor - May/June 2018 - Positive Charge: Rosendin Electric Receives Construction Safety Excellence Award
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Constructor - May/June 2018 - 32
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 33
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 34
Constructor - May/June 2018 - Chapter Connection
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 36
Constructor - May/June 2018 - Creating a Culture of Coaching: How to Engage, Retain and Grow Better Employees
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 38
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 39
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 40
Constructor - May/June 2018 - Member and Chapter News
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 42
Constructor - May/June 2018 - Construction Corner
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 44
Constructor - May/June 2018 - Technology Toolbox
Constructor - May/June 2018 - Products & Services Marketplace
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 47
Constructor - May/June 2018 - Index to Advertisers
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 2018 Equipment Guide
Constructor - May/June 2018 - 50
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