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Ongoing training is part of BCS’ Safety Culture. Check out the related safety news from the field.

  • The BCS Safety Broadcast Explained - BCS Concrete Contractors The BCS Safety Broadcast Explained

    BCS Concrete Structures makes safety its top priority — we use a specific safety approach known as Symbiotic Safety. This means safety is a part of everything we do, from the speed at which we operate to the profits that we earn. In our eyes, the safety of our employees, concrete contractors, and everyone involved […]

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  • Emerging Leaders Program - Training Lunch - BCS Concrete Structures - Concrete Contractor Emerging Leaders Program

    The BCS Concrete Structures Emerging Leaders Program is an internal training program that identifies up-and-coming professionals and trains them on general contractor interactions.  By training these emerging leaders, the company ensures that the next generation is properly prepared to work on large commercial projects. This preparation includes working with general contractors, employees, and safety teams. […]

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  • Safety Broadcast - BCS Concrete Structures - Concrete Contractor December Safety Broadcast

    Safety Rodeo More than 100 BCS Employees received training in Scissor Lifts, Ladders, Scaffolds, Fall Protection, and Basic Carpentry at the 1st Annual BCS Safety Rodeo which took place at the new office at Mustang Ridge (coming soon).  Blas Hernandez reacts to being lifted by a forklift during Fall Protection Training. Carlos Garcia provides Ladder […]

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  • Annual Safety Rodeo - BCS Concrete Structures - Concrete Contractor Annual BCS Safety Rodeo

    Over 100 BCS employees and partnering concrete contractors received safety-based training in fall protection, basic carpentry, scissor lifts, ladders, and scaffolds at the 1st annual BCS Safety Rodeo, which took place at the new office at Mustang Ridge.  The annual event trains, educates, and entertains workers with information on all things safety-related. Safety as a […]

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