The Builders Code seeks to empower employers to explicitly define and expand their commitment to workforce safety and provide an Acceptable Worksite where every employee can work to their full potential.
The Builders Code launched on Friday March 8, 2019, and is proud to acknowledge hundreds of employers, who have signed the Builders Code Acceptable Worksite Pledge, for their leadership and commitment to building a construction industry that works for everyone.
Ralmax Group of Companies Employees Celebrate the Signing of the Builders Code Pledge on September 6, 2019
Jessi Dhanju (left), John Connors, Harold Bloomenthal and Chris Atchison all sign an acceptable workplace pledge after the creation of the Builders Code Advisor role came together from the work of local and provincial partners.
Houle VP of Liliana Andjic, VP of Business Development signs the Builders Code Pledge
WestCom CEO Mary-Anne Bowcott signs the Builders Code Pledge
Kinetic CEO Tom Plumb signs the Builders Code Pledge
LNG Canada CEO Andy Calitz signs the Builders Code Pledge
Island Precision President Jeff Popham signs the Builders Code Pledge
Roger Yager Vice President at Knappett Projects Inc. (Left) and Mike Fawcett Geotechnical Project Manager at Brock White (Right) sign the Builders Code Pledge
Hear what real contractors like, Kinetic Construction, RAM, Chinook Scaffolding Ltd., Westcana Electric and Scott Construction have to say about the value of the Builders Code in improving culture in their teams and on their worksites.
The Builders Code is an initiative of the Construction Workforce Equity Project.
About The Builders Code
The Builders Code is a standard code of conduct for workers on construction sites in BC. It defines an “Acceptable Worksite” as the starting point for reducing risk and ensuring a safe and productive environment for all workers.
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