NEWS BCS Concrete Structures creates multiple training sessions to prevent accidents on site

BCS Concrete Structures creates multiple training sessions to prevent accidents on site
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BCS reveals multiple training sessions for their crew

AUSTIN, Texas, USA, December 09, 2022 / — BCS Concrete Structures, a concrete contractor in the Central Texas area, announced that they held several training sessions for BCS operators and crew Courses, including scissor lift safety and skid steer training courses for staff. These courses are designed to ensure job site safety and avoid common workplace accidents.

On August 3, BCS operators attended the required scissor lift safety training session. The course is held to ensure that all operators use elevators safely according to the manufacturer’s guidelines to avoid accidents with them or others in the area.

BCS also launched a skid steer training video course for all crew operators in early August. BCS hired Adrift Media to help create in-depth training videos for skid steers. This will be their second project, as the company partnered with BCS to help create a BCS safety introduction video for new hires.

Through these various training courses, BCS hopes to continue its reputation for keeping workers safe on the job site by providing them with the tools and resources they need to work professionally and with care.

About BCS Concrete Structures: BCS is a turnkey concrete subcontractor operating primarily in Central Texas. BCS plans, arranges and creates reliable concrete structures for our clients. Their mission is to create lasting relationships with their clients, resulting in enduring projects. Visit

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