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SMACNA Recognizes 2012 Safety Excellence Winners

Originally published: 11.27.12 by HVACR Business Staff


The Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors' National Association (SMACNA)  recently recognized several members for their outstanding occupational safety and health performance through the organization’s Safety Excellence Award Program (SSEAP).

The results for the 2012 safety program show improvements in several areas. The average OSHA incidence rate was 3.11, the lowest reported in the past ten years. Practically all contractors reported implementing a safety and health program, conducting regular inspections, and conducting weekly safety training using Toolbox Talks and/or safety videos. The average Experience Modification Rate (EMR) was 0.82, the lowest since at least 2003. 

SMACNA recognized winners by man-hour categories. First-place winners were recognized and received their awards at SMACNA’s 69th Annual Convention in Las Vegas, Oct. 14-17.

The 2012 safety award winners are: 

Over 500,000 hours

1st place – University Mechanical and Engineering Contractors –Tempe, Ariz.

2nd place – Baker Group – Des Moines, Iowa

3rd place – BMW Contractors Inc. – Indianapolis

400,001-500,000 hours

1st place – GRP Mechanical Co. Inc. – Bethalto, Ill.

2nd place – Yearout Mechanical Inc. – Albuquerque, N.M.

3rd place – Winger Contracting Company – Ottumwa, Iowa

300,001-400,000 hours

1st place – CMC Sheet Metal – Capitol Heights, Md.

2nd place – Dee Cramer Inc. – Holly, Mich.

3rd place – Limbach Company – Columbus, Ohio

200,001-300,000


hours

1st place – Martin Petersen Company – Kenosha, Wis.

2nd place – Indoor Environmental Services – Sacramento, Calif.

3rd place – Apollo Mechanical Contractors – Wilsonville, Ore.

100,001-200,000 hours

1st place – Couts Heating and Cooling Inc. – Corona, Calif.

2nd place – Climate Engineers Inc. – Cedar Rapids, Iowa

3rd place – Tri-State Roofing & Sheet Metal Co. – Davisville, W.V.

50,001-100,000 hours

1st place – University Mechanical and Engineering Contractors – Anaheim, Calif.

2nd place – Control Air North Inc. – Hayward, Calif.

3rd place – National Heating and Ventilating Co. – Albuquerque, N.M.

25,001-50,000 hours

1st place – Precision Air Balance Co. Inc. – Anaheim, Calif. 

2nd place – NorPac Sheet Metal Inc. – Billings, Mont.

3rd place – Van’s Industrial Inc. – Hammond, Ind.

1-25,000 hours

1st place – Northstar Environmental Ltd. – Beaver, Pa.

2nd place – The Wegmann Corporation – Bensalem, Pa.

3rd place – E.D.S. Mechanical Services – Rochester, N.Y.




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