December 14, 2017

A Culture of Safety #ThinkSafety

May 11, 2017

Share Your Safety Story: Staying safe when space gets tight One of the final tasks in buttoning up the Contract E joint venture in New Haven this fall was entirely invisible to the monitoring public. […]

Safety Week 2016 Roundup

December 28, 2016

In some 40 stand downs at every O&G facility, fixed location and project, between 2,000 and 2,500 employees and subcontractor employees were reached with special messages during Safety Week 2016, May 2 to 6. The […]

Don’t deviate from your plan

April 1, 2016

Adopted from a “Toolbox Talk” by Safety Manager Caswell Sewell In October of 2011, I was helping a friend cut a tree I could see would pose an issue with the way large branches hung over […]

2015 Safety Award Winners Recognized

April 1, 2016

More than 175 O&G employees met on April 5th for the 2016 Annual Safety Meeting at the Aqua Turf Club in Plantsville. Safety Director Mike Ferry and principals from all of O&G’s divisions spoke of […]

What’s your “safety perspective?”

April 1, 2016

FROM THE SAFETY DIRECTOR: MIKE FERRY Our perspective on life forms and changes based on the people we interact with and the experiences we have, both good and bad. Our perspective reflects who we are […]

Mark Murdock

January 1, 2016

Safety Manager Mark Murdock has worked for more than 20 years in construction, ten of which have been in safety management. His experience includes safety oversight of major highway and rail jobs in Massachusetts and […]

Brian Ohler

October 1, 2015

Safety Manager Brian Ohler joined O&G’s Safety department in July as a Safety Manager. For the past four years he has consulted on safety issues for schools and hospitals and before that served as an M.P. […]

Safety Celebrated at Bowen Field

October 1, 2015

In recognition of an exemplary safety record at the Bowen Field project at Hillhouse High, O&G Project Manager Toya Rivers organized a “Safety Appreciation Cookout” for a recent Friday lunch break. Safety Manager Caswell Sewell […]

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