Skanska and OSHA band together in PA.
Skanska USA Building Inc. has formed a strategic partnership with the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA OSHA
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Skanska, along with OSHA's Strategic Partnership Program for Worker Safety and Health (OSPP OSPP Office of Science Policy and Planning
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The program is being developed to inspire Pennsylvania-area construction contractors to improve their safety and health performance.
"Participating contractors will receive incentives in the form of formal recognition from OSHA as well as access to resources that include training," said Michael Healy Michael Augustine Healy, nicknamed "Hell Roaring", was an American captain in the United States Revenue Cutter Service (predecessor of the United States Coast Guard) who patrolled Alaskan waters in the late 19th century. USCGC Healy, commissioned in 1999, was named in his honor. , Senior Project Manager for Skanska USA Building.
"This is another way to bring value to the project by enhancing worker safety," added Skanska's Environmental Health and Safety Director David Korman.
"Partnerships help us maximize the best use of our resources, providing a valuable way to encourage compliance with OSHA standards," said Phyllis Kyner, OSHA Area Director in Philadelphia. "This partnership is an excellent example of cooperation between unions, management and government to reinforce a safety culture. We look forward to working with Skanska to ensure that workers on this project stay safe on the job."
Skanska is the construction manager for University of Pennsylvania's Skirkanich Hall Bio-engineering Building. Skirkanich Hall will be approximately 63,000 square feet and will include labs, classrooms, offices, and support facilities that will be connected to the Moore Moore, city (1990 pop. 40,761), Cleveland co., central Okla., a suburb of Oklahoma City; inc. 1887. Its manufactures include lightning- and surge-protection equipment, packaging for foods, and auto parts. and Towne buildings on campus. Work also includes renovations within the two buildings to accommodate the tie-ins.