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2018 Rising Stars of Safety

The National Safety Council presents the Rising Stars of Safety, Class of 2018

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Brandon Tyler Batt
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Safety Manager
Manhattan Construction Co.
Washington, D.C. Division

“Brandon is actively working to change the mindset from ‘Safety First’ to ‘Family First.’ He recently started a jobsite program where each employee has the opportunity to sign a safety pledge to the project and to his or her family. With the pledge, employees bring in a photo of them with their family, and all photos are displayed in a collage to highlight how many people are affected by jobsite safety practices. He organizes team-building events where employees can get to know each other’s strengths and weaknesses, and includes new Manhattan employees when developing programs to gain fresh ideas regarding jobsite safety.”

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