By Jeff Palombo, Vice President of Safety Operations The principles of Human Performance teach us that all humans make mistakes. Some of these mistakes may be unavoidable, while others may be unintentionally provoked from the very operating system we are working within, but both forms of human error can result in negative consequences. Regardless of […]Continue Reading
It’s 2 a.m. The city of Huntsville, Alabama, is still shrouded in darkness, but on this particular morning, you can find Robins & Morton’s Huntsville Hospital Orthopedic and Spine Tower traffic control team awake and alert, directing concrete trucks onto the jobsite. Using their radios and “lightsabers” – what they call their LED traffic batons […]Continue Reading
By Jeff Palombo, Vice President of Safety Operations at Robins & Morton Human Performance. It’s a phrase you often hear associated with sociological principles, Lean, Six Sigma, airline and automobile industries, along with many other professions and ideologies, but what does it mean? Further, what could it possibly have to do with safety? Simply put, […]Continue Reading
One of construction’s most iconic technological advances came with the introduction of Building Information Modeling (BIM). For the first time, building owners and facility managers could see what their new building would physically look like and contractors could check for any coordination issues prior to actual construction. As that technology progressed, another dimension was added […]Continue Reading
Safety Week from Robins & Morton on Vimeo. In addition to the variety of activities Robins & Morton projects across the country initiate during Safety Week, perhaps one of the most iconic is the team banner signing. During this activity, a banner with the phrase, “I work safe because…” is signed by every member of […]Continue Reading
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