DBi goes orange for work zone safety Wednesday April 5 in support of NWZAW

Eric Riley, David Knapp
WHY I/WE SUPPORT NWZAW:
Technicians Eric Riley and David Knapp support and practice work zone safety so you and they can arrive home safely every night.
LOCATION:
Fredericksburg, Virginia I-95 BIMS Project
David Kinser, Gina Warriner, Natalie Prince and Cody Patrick
WHY I/WE SUPPORT NWZAW:
The motto of our Safety Team is "We aim for zero accidents!"
LOCATION:
Denver, Colorado Branch Office
(Front L - R) Mike Hall, Bo Carter, Richard Driggers, Sam Hall, Leon McFadden, Gerald Smith, Tito Corley, Shawn Cudney / (Back L - R) Ernest Kelly, Jacob Wirz, Trary Yeoman, Streisand Mahone
WHY I/WE SUPPORT NWZAW:
We support NWZAW because it is a part of all of our everyday life, whether you are driving by a work zone or working inside one. Safety is the key to going home every day!
LOCATION:
Jacksonville, Florida Duval Project
Jag Villavicencio, Bob Tarapchak, Gwyn Navitsky, Tiffany Yeick, Annette Bene, Cindy Klaiber, Kate Blose, Leighann Yukenavage, Bill Patterson, Jim Cannon, Gene Dugan, Andrew Coomer, Fred Grant, Steve Sinclair, Roy bartlett, Mike Lindsay
WHY I/WE SUPPORT NWZAW:
We support National Work Zone Awareness Week because we want everyone to be able to go home at the end of their day safely!
LOCATION:
Hazleton, Pennsylvania Regional Office
(L - R) Jim Del Greco, Bryan West, Enoc Gallo
WHY I/WE SUPPORT NWZAW:
Our people are our "treasures." We have a chest full of reasons to keep our team members safe so they can go home to their loved ones unscathed at the end of the day.
LOCATION:
Houston, Texas Branch Office
(Back L - R) Emily Graves, David Koster, Myron "Jeff" Culpepper, Jeremy Charles, Terry Waggoner, Chris Shoffner, Jeri Billinger (Front L - R) Kyler Heck, Brad Maddy, David Yanok, Mark Blandford
WHY I/WE SUPPORT NWZAW:
This is what we do and our commitment to one another!
LOCATION:
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Regional Office
Peter Bard, Risk Management
WHY I/WE SUPPORT NWZAW:
Our job provides our paycheck, but safety takes us home.
LOCATION:
Hazleton, Pennsylvania Headquarters
Marcus Rhymes, Justin Jameson, Neal Lewis
WHY I/WE SUPPORT NWZAW:
"The safety of the people shall be the highest law." - Cicero
LOCATION:
Ball, Louisiana Branch Office
Justin Humphrey, Gary Huffington, Kevin Graham, Joseph Hayes, Jacob D'Aguiar, James Tauber, Jon Shimer, William Exline, Malcom Williams, William Vickers, David Elton, David Figeroa, Phil Whaley, Alfred Raslich, Adrian Christia, Jace Totton, Regelio, Lozoy
WHY I/WE SUPPORT NWZAW:
We work in a dangerous environment, supporting NWZAW helps ensure that we go home to our families at the end of the day.
LOCATION:
Ocala, Florida I75 Marion Aesthetics/Sumter County Asset Maintenance Project Office
(L - R) Leonel Gonzalez, Vacner Gomez, Jose Iglesias, Tyler Kenny, Pau McDade, Alejandro Cosigua, Wilmar Morales, Mario Fernandez, Sergio Perez, Oscar Deleon, Trevor Kenny, Victor Tamayo
WHY I/WE SUPPORT NWZAW:
Safety of our employees is paramount to the success of our mission: "To get the job done right the first time, safely and efficiently." We want passing motorists to see our guys in work zones, well in advance of any situation that arises.
LOCATION:
Jacksonville, Florida Regional Office
Chris Jolley, Paul Blevins, Randy Cravens, Jeremy Poland, Jay Harding
WHY I/WE SUPPORT NWZAW:
We support NWZAW and safety each day to ensure each employee returns home safely to their family and loved ones.
LOCATION:
Elwood, Kansas Branch Office - Railroad Division

Posted on: April 3, 2017
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Go orange with DBi for work zone safety Wednesday April 5 in support of NWZAW

NWZAW (April 3-7) is an annual spring campaign led by ATSSA (American Traffic Safety Services Association) to encourage safe driving and to use extra caution when traveling through highway work zones. This is also an important time to show your support of the roadway safety industry, especially for the families of victims who have lost their lives in work zones. This year’s theme is “Work Zone Safety is in Your Hands."

Please join DBi in support of National Work Zone Awareness Week (NWZAW)
ATSSA Poster 2017