Pam, Tanya, Amy and Gary were joined by Mark Gillett and Wendy Bruso from WYDOT, and Lt. Timothy Roming from the Wyoming Highway Patrol.

Wyoming Proclaims June as Safety Month


Governor Matt Mead signed a proclamation proclaiming June 2018 as Safety Month in Wyoming in conjunction with National Safety Month. In his statements prior to the signing, Governor Mead noted the changing safety culture in the state by telling us that many of the companies he meets with have safety in their top three agenda items that they like to discuss.  He also noted that safety records are improving state-wide.

Montana Makes Safety a Priority


For the first time in the history of June as National Safety Month, Governor Bullock signed a letter of support recognizing the efforts of Wyoming Montana Safety Council and the National Safety Council on their mission to eliminate preventable deaths in our lifetime by educating and influencing people to adopt and maintain safe and healthy practices in the workplace, on our roads and highways, and in our homes and communities.


Pam, Alan and Amy joined Mayor Marian Orr as she proclaimed June as Safety Month for the workers and citizens of the City of Cheyenne.

Cheyenne Recognizes June as Safety Month


Mayor Marian Orr of Cheyenne also signed a proclamation recognizing June as Safety Month for the City of Cheyenne. Mayor Orr was proud of the fact that recently Cheyenne’s workers’ compensation rates declined due to their improved safety record. This is the first time the City of Cheyenne has recognized Wyoming Montana Safety Council’s efforts to promote safety to local workers and citizens.