Presentation Title

The Start of a Journey – Changing Construction Safety Culture

 
About the Presentation

Stacey & Sean will discuss the journey that their company, Turner Construction Company, has started; where they are at; what Building LIFE is; how behaviors are being captured; and what coaching and feedback can do to help shape and shift the culture we all strive for – a zero incident culture.

 
Presenter
Stacey Darrohn, Environmental Health & Safety Director, Philadelphia, Turner Construction Company
 
Presenter Biography

Stacey Darrohn is the Philadelphia Business Unit Environmental Health & Safety Director and has over 20 years of experience in job site safety. Stacey has overall responsibility for safety on all Turner job sites in eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, and Delaware.  She earned her bachelor’s degree from Millersville University in Occupational Safety & Industrial Hygiene Management.

Stacey is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), an OSHA 500 Instructor, a Certified Compliance Inspector of Stormwater (CCIS), and certified in AED/CPR/First Aid.  Stacey is also a member of the American Society of Safety Professionals, the National Fire Protection Association, and the National Safety Council. 
 
Presenter
Sean Myers, Environmental Health & Safety Director, Pittsburgh, Turner Construction Company  
Presenter Biography

Sean Myers is the Pittsburgh Business Unit Environmental Health & Safety Director and has over 18 years of experience in job site safety.  Sean has overall responsibility for safety on all Turner job sites that are run out of the Pittsburgh Business Unit.

Sean is a graduate of Slippery Rock University with a B.S. in Safety & Environmental Health Management.  He is OSHA 30-Hour Certified, 40-Hour HazWOPER Certified, and First Aid/CPR Certified.  He is also a Qualified Rigger, a Qualified Fall Protection Trainer, and a Certified Compliance Inspector of Stormwater (CCIS).  Sean has considerable experience in planning, coordinating, and promoting programs to reduce accidents, injuries, and financial losses on construction jobsites through application and enforcement of rigorous safety and environmental standards.