Safety Awards from CMC

The Bruce Highway Benaraby projects started early 2019 and will continue for approximately another 18 months.

Two of our ECTC employees Tony and Jeremy have received Safety Awards from CMC on this site.

Just wanted to acknowledge the ongoing terrific work that gets done here by Tony and his team. They are excellent contributors to the ongoing safety of the workers and the public. All of them are very proactive at monitoring and reporting hazards and incidents and we are grateful for their positive attitudes.

Jeremy Williams in particular exhibited exceptional safety standards when faced with an onsite issue that needed quick thinking. The plan is for Jeremy to receive one of our little safety prizes.

Phil Robinson | Safety Advisor

Having such positive feedback is a true testament of our quality of work and our ongoing success in making sure that only the most ethical behaviour is exhibited by our traffic controllers on job sites.

The on-going works stretch between Gladstone Benaraby Rd / Bruce Highway and Calliope Historical Centre on the Bruce Highway.  On average we use between 3-12 TCs per day, along with portable Traffic Signals and VMS boards.  All equipment and traffic controllers are sourced locally from the Gladstone Region as we are big supporters of the local community, no matter which region. We pride ourselves on our attention to keeping the sites clean and organised and we have had comments on our sites in particular being the best Civil Construction Sites in Central Queensland.

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