Work for a New York Construction Company with a Good Safety Reputation
As the New York and New Jersey construction industries continue to gain momentum after the Great Recession, you may find yourself with choices. How will you decide which employer to work for? Is there anything, other than the paycheck, that you should consider as you make your decision?
Three Reasons to Consider a Potential Employer’s Commitment to Safety
As you interview with different employers and think about what job(s) to take, it is important to think about a potential employer’s commitment to safety awareness and worker training. A recent McGraw Hill construction safety management survey found that construction employers who are committed to safety awareness and worker training initiatives…
- Make more money. Construction employers that have better returns on investment may continue to have work for you in the future.
- Are more competitive. This may mean that they get more jobs and have more work available for you.
- Have lower injury rates. This could help protect you in the dangerous construction profession.
Of course, construction accidents happen even to workers of the most safety conscious employers, and it is important to know what to do if you are injured.
Call a New York Construction Accident Attorney If You’re Hurt
If you have been injured a New York or New Jersey construction site, then it is important to know about your legal rights and your possible financial recovery. For more information, we encourage you to contact an experienced New York construction accident lawyer today at 800-362-9329 and to read our free pamphlet, Hurt in a Construction Accident? You’re Not Alone.
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