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Safety Mindset – January 2024

A Cemstone Companies Safety Edition

A SAFETY MINDSET is about making the time to take care of yourself and those around you. It’s about our community and our collective wellbeing. Here are a few tips to help create your own SAFETY MINDSET: BE AWARE – Pay attention.

Safety is a learned behavior and attitude. It’s a way of working that must be incorporated into the company our culture is the value of ensuring that our employees have a safe work environment. This means being aware of potential hazards and taking steps to prevent accidents. Having the right attitude is crucial for site safety and individuals staying safe while working in the field. Below are 10 safety attitudes that will keep you, our employees and the community safe.

SAFETY-FIRST MENTALLY

Prioritizing safety should be the top priority for everyone on any jobsite. This means being aware of potential hazards and taking steps to prevent accidents, even if it means stopping work temporarily.

A WILLINGNESS TO LEARN

The ready-mixed concrete industry is constantly evolving, so it’s important to be open to learning new safety procedures and technologies.

A COMMITMENT TO FOLLOWING PROCEDURES

Following established procedures and protocols is essential for staying safe on the job.

A PROACTIVE APPROACH TO SAFETY 

Instead of just reacting to safety issues, we empower our team members to be proactive in identifying and addressing potential hazards.

A TEAM MENTALITY

Safety is everyone’s responsibility, so it’s important to work together and communicate effectively to ensure a safe working environment.

ATTENTION TO DETAILS

Paying attention to the small details can make a big difference in preventing accidents.

RESPECT FOR EQUIPMENT

Properly using and maintaining equipment is crucial for staying safe on the job.

POSITIVE ATTITUDE

A positive attitude towards safety and a willingness to learn from mistakes can go a long way in preventing accidents.

BE AWARE OF YOUR ENVIRONMENT

Be aware of potential hazards and taking necessary precautions to mitigate them.

REPORTING UNUSUAL AND UNSAFE

Any unsafe conditions or incidents should be immediately reported to the supervisor. The right information, reaching the right person, at the right time is crucial to ensure the highest levels of operational safety.


Keep in mind, maintaining a positive and proactive attitude toward safety 

is the key to staying safe and keeping everyone safe.