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Dome Technology recognised by US Department of Labor

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Dome Technology has been recognised as a four-time participant in OSHA’s National Safety Stand-Down to Prevent Falls in Construction by the United States Department of Labor.

Safe construction practices are a Dome Technology priority. “The safety of our employees is the most important part of our business—without them, we wouldn’t be in business,” Dome Technology Vice President of Safety Adam Sullivan said.

According to Sullivan, each year when Dome Technology participates in the OSHA initiative, everyone on all work sites is encouraged to participate, including subcontractors. Dome Technology provides specific training about accident prevention, and since “we cover fall protection every day, for us it’s a no-brainer,” Sullivan said.

Participating in the stand-down is important to the Dome Technology team because it demonstrates a commitment to following safety guidelines. “It’s a good means of getting it out there to our suppliers and our customers that we are mindful of what OSHA asks for and we support them,” Sullivan said.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/the-americas/01062017/dome-technology-recognised-by-us-department-of-labor/

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