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2012/13 BX Safety Achievement Award Winners BX Safety Innovation Award Winners

  • Anderson Concrete Corp.
  • Bruner Corp.
  • Buckeye Ready-Mix, LLC
  • Capital City Electric LLC
  • Continental Building Systems
  • Converse Electric Inc.
  • Corna Kokosing Construction Co.
  • Custom Air Conditioning and Heating Co.
  • Danis Building Construction Co.
  • Elford, Inc.
  • Heiberger Paving, Inc.
  • Lang Masonry Contractors, Inc.
  • Lend Lease
  • Martin Painting & Coating Co.
  • Messer Construction Co.
  • Mid-City Electric Co.
  • The Paul Peterson Company, Sign Division Sauer Group, Inc.
  • Settle-Muter Electric
  • Smoot Construction
  • Speer Mechanical
  • The Superior Group
  • TP Mechanical Contractors
  • Turner Construction Co.
  • Watertown Steel Co.
  • Bruner Corp.
    To reduce the repetitive process of bending over to hold bangers in place during hammering, Bruner invented a tool using two inch steel pipe that stands 3½ feet high in order to reduce injuries and risks to workers,
    The tool reduces the force required to install the banger, while allowing the employee to perform the operation standing upright. This innovation has led to no injuries and significantly reduced the ergonomic hazards.
  • George J. Igel & Co., Inc.
    While working in trench boxes, ladder safety has been an issue as long as the industry has been using shields. After securing ladders against the trench shield wall, little to no toe room clearance is left for workers to travel freely in and out of jobsite areas.
    Working with the mechanic shop, an Igel superintendent devised a simple solution that maintains the integrity of the ladder while ensuring at least seven inches of toe clearance. The device is portable, easy to fabricate and provides the safe access desired on the job, while also significantly reducing the possibility of a slip or fall and serious injury.
  • Mid-City Electric Co.
    In order to eliminate the potential of accidentally turning off a breaker that maintains life safety, such as within a hospital setting, a Mid-City field foreman developed a simple yet effective way to protect the breakers from being turned off while working alongside live gear.
    While creating separation between the employee and the live equipment, this innovation does not alter the switchgear in any way and acts as a barrier between the workers, materials and switchgear. In turn, this barrier creates a safer work environment for all parties involved.

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