National Work Zone Awareness Week – Free Resources for Ohio Construction
I Build America – Ohio encourages all companies, subcontractors, and individuals in the construction industry to join us in participating in National Work Zone Awareness Week, which will take place April 26-30, 2021. This year’s theme is “Drive Safe. Work Safe. Save Lives.” and the goal is to encourage drivers to take extra precautions during the height of the construction season.
Throughout National Work Zone Awareness Week, the nation is reminded of the irreplaceable value of our workers’ lives. Mothers, fathers, daughters, sons, neighbors—they are the men and women of construction. Too many people are injured in work zones, and many of the injuries can be prevented with better diligence, safer driving, and minding work zone precautions. National Work Zone Awareness Week is a great opportunity to have important preventative discussions with your team about how to be safe citizens and safe workers in and around construction zones.
National Work Zone Awareness Week Resources
Download all of the I Build America – Ohio resources for National Work Zone Awareness Week:
- Click the button below
- Save the file to your local computer
- Unzip the file
- Open the folder
- Use the images, which are presized for Linked In/Facebook as well as the design files for your customization
- Save the images below directly to your computer by right-clicking and using the ‘Save As’ option
Don’t Forget: Go Orange for Safety on April 28
April 28 is this year’s Go Orange Day, the special day during NWZAW in which construction crews, team members, staff and professionals are encouraged to wear orange in support of safety. If we all work together, the wave of orange sends a signal to our teams that we prioritize safety and to the public that our crews matter. When there’s orange on the road, whether it’s a crew member in high-vis gear or orange barrels on the road, slow down and save lives. And, as a reminder, your actions matter! Use extra caution while working on and driving past all road construction sites all day, every day, all year long.