United Alliance Services’ New Blog Series on Construction Safety Management

Construction safety management blog series focuses on best practices and offers the “Blueprint for Safety Management in Construction”

Online PR News – 11-March-2015 – Wareham, Mass. – United Alliance Services will be demystifying the safety management process for the construction industry with its upcoming blog series. The eleven blog series will include important information for construction companies to measure, validate, and improve their safety program effectiveness.

For the good of all who work in environments where increased at-risk conditions and behaviors may exist, it is important to have access to industry best practices from the experts. Bob Pope, CHST, has authored this eleven blog series on construction safety management.

“A Safety Program shouldn’t be just a book on the shelf. Our goal is to connect those in the construction industry with the information they need to build a quality and effective, active safety program; or improve an existing one, through quantitative analysis. After 29 years in the construction industry, I have developed a process and a tool that works. It works not only to reduce injury and illness incident rates, but can track at-risk observations so you can get ahead of them to reduce the chances of injuries and illnesses occurring,” said Bob Pope, Senior Consultant.

The construction industry has a unique set of circumstances to consider when building a safety program. The dynamic working environment changes with every new construction project, and can change several times throughout the project as it reaches new stages of completion. It takes construction industry experts that understand these nuances to guide clients through the process of building an effective safety management program.

“Our team includes experts in the construction and general industries, as well as the maritime and medical industries. We want to be sure we can offer our clients not only the best in safety practices, but specific industry expertise as well,” said Marc Bianco, EVP Technical Services/COO. “We hope to be able to share their expertise through future more industry-specific blog series.”

The first of the construction safety management blog series will be released on March 17, 2015. Clients can sign up to get each blog in the series emailed to them by sending their email address to safetysolutions@uascor.com.

About United Alliance Services:
United Alliance Services is a Woman’s Business Enterprise (WBE) -certified small business providing workplace safety training and consulting in order to promote safe employee environments. The company’s primary focus is on best practice as well as federal and state OSHA compliance, with experience extending to all areas of the construction, industrial, maritime and medical industries. www.unitedallianceservices.com

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Meg Whynot Young
United Alliance Services
3119 Cranberry Highway Suite 5B
Wareham MA, 02538

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