Since 1965, Hunter-Davisson has built its reputation for using state-of-the-art tools to handle a variety of projects - and safety is a priority. The company is well-versed in HVAC and refrigeration design, installation, service, and maintenance.
Lean principles and safety best practices run the show at Woodward Aerospace. The company prides itself in its effective safety management strategies. It diligently ensures its standards for quality, efficient work are met, which benefits the company and continuously improves it.
Tradesmen International customizes skilled staffing solutions by vetting and providing safety training. It is the goal of Oregon general manager Kurtis Drews and his team to build up a productive, profitable workforce, and safety is the cornerstone.
The warehousing industry is bustling. Keeping up with demand and within budget are crucial for operational success. Warehouse Flow owner-operator Phil Mendelowitz has been in the business for 30+ years. He shares his tips for making safety a priority and hurdling challenges with practical solutions.
Unknown chemicals were inhaled by a warehouse employee during a grocery story remodel in Florida. Since then, he has had numerous visits to the emergency room for headaches, nausea, and other ailments.
Knowing she’s making a difference in the lives of workers is what motivates Melissa Diede. The senior safety management consultant and construction safety manager at SAIF Corporation shares what it’s like in her profession and how important safety is for employers and employees alike.
E.M. Duggan is a fifth-generation, family owned mechanical contracting business in Massachusetts. For 128 years, the company has been long respected for its expertise in plumbing, HVAC, fire protection and service. It recently won contractor of the year.
Safety has risen to a whole new level at East Kentucky Power Cooperative. The power company says that boosting its safety program has changed its work culture and productivity for the better. The results of their safety journey are encouraging, which has earned EKPC an award.
Imagine a chocolate manufacturing world, where production lines are running smoothly. It's a world of pure reality at Ghirardelli's facility in California. All the tools workers need are there when they need them. Operators are engaged and looking out for hazards and risks.