Earlier this month, our Director of Health and Safety Keith Harned wrote a guest post for ProBuilder’s “Point of View” blog. With May being National Building Safety Month, the post was all about ways to improve safety measures in the building industry.
In the post, Keith addressed the following few key points:
Safety is a core value at LP, and we believe no one should get injured while working at our company. Our award winning safety and health processes are at the forefront of everything we do.
You can read Keith’s full article on ProBuilder’s website.
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