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May 8, 2024
Employers share their Safety Break for Oregon experiences
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"Safety Break allowed us to stand back and focus on ways to improve our day-to-day activities in terms of making them safer for staff and the general public. The equipment rodeo also gave us the opportunity to improve some of our practical skills."
2013Martin MontalvoOperations managerPublic Works Department, City of Oregon City
"We never participated in this before and it was a great learning opportunity to review safety topics. There was a lot of creativity and group participation. Thank you for opening our eyes to a new way to promote safety."
2011Tina HernandezSafety committee chairDanville Services
"Since 2003, R & H Construction has participated in Safety Break. This year, each project held a safety meeting, which included subcontractors and office staff, and demonstrated our complete commitment to our safety program. Safety is a value that we take with us everyday, not just an activity we do to be in compliance."
2011Art BushDirector of safetyR & H Construction
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