McNab tradesman Jordan Baker (front) guides apprentice Cody Smoothy on a Toowoomba job site.
McNab tradesman Jordan Baker (front) guides apprentice Cody Smoothy on a Toowoomba job site. Contributed

McNab reaches one million hours safety milestone

MCNAB staff and subcontractors have had the safest period in the company's 16 year history.

The Queensland construction company has now achieved over one million work hours without a lost time injury across all work sites.

Sites include two LNG building projects on Curtis Island, multiple temporary camp and civil projects in Central Queensland through to multi-storey private developments in high density residential areas in Brisbane.

McNab CEO Mark Adamson said the milestone was a result of the company's determined focus on creating a 'Safety First' culture.

"Safety First is something that comes up here every single day," Mr Adamson said.

"All the McNab team are proud of this significant milestone, we see it as just the beginning as we continue to focus on ensuring that today, tomorrow, and every day in the future is incident free.

"We've being single-minded in ensuring safety is top of mind at all times, and that the policies and initiatives we implement are tried and tested to ensure everyone goes home each day unhurt."

McNab is a private Queensland construction company, and builder for Australian energy, resource, civil and private development companies.

The company focuses on a collaborative approach to construction, with over 80% of business secured from repeat clients.



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