Building Safety Habits Early

On May 21-22, 2022, the Spokane Homebuilders Association hosted the second annual Frame Your Future Workforce Development Camp. This weekend-long event aims to give high school students hands-on experience and to have conversations with local builders to get a sense of what a career in the trades would look like. 

The right tools for the job

ROII was proud to have sponsored this event by providing safety glasses, gloves, hard hats, and other safety gear to the young people participating in the event. We wanted to ensure that these young future builders had the right gear to stay safe in their careers and provide them with lifelong safety habits.

Mentoring a new generation

At ROII, we emphasize that safety starts young that’s why Jim, Bob, and Jesse, our ROII field representatives, worked with students to build sheds that will be used for practical purposes around the Mead High School campus. These sheds give students the opportunity to learn a wide variety of industry-related skills and start creating safety habits that will keep them safe in their careers.

We couldn’t think of a better way to build a safer future for the next generation of builders.

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With the construction industry booming, employers need help in the safety arena now more than ever. While the industry may be booming, finding skilled workers to fill much-needed positions, unfortunately, continues to be a challenge. 

As we work to attract young people into the trades and retain existing workers who might be seeking alternative career paths, it’s important to make sure everyone knows about your commitment to safety. 

We’re excited to announce that the new ROII website, built from the ground up, is now live! We are ecstatic with the results and think you will be too.