Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) has been a trusted source of information for safety and health professionals since 1932, serving readers in the United States and internationally. OH&S covers a wide range of topics, including the latest news in occupational health and safety, new product releases, and details about webinars, seminars, and conferences. Recently, Dan Barry, VP of Operations at Schimenti, was published in OH&S for his thoughts on cultivating a strong safety culture within the construction industry.
In his article, Dan emphasizes the critical role of leadership, relationships, and training in promoting worker safety and achieving a lower Experience Modification Rate (EMR). He also highlights the importance of building strong relationships and fostering open communication to establish a culture of trust and accountability. Additionally, Dan underscores the significance of ongoing training and the evaluation of training partners to ensure that workers receive accurate and industry-leading safety training.
About Dan Barry:
Dan Barry is the Vice President of Operations at Schimenti Construction. In his role, Dan provides essential leadership to the company’s field team of over 100 individuals. Dan has evolved through the ranks of Schimenti, serving as both a Superintendent and General Superintendent, and has a wealth of knowledge and expertise in various sectors, including retail, corporate and commercial, hospitality and entertainment, and industrial.