Yukon, Okla., – Enviro Clean celebrated a special achievement today, when their team hit the 1,000-day milestone for no recordable safety related incidents. This type of achievement can only be reached through teamwork, focus and strong leadership. Several employees have been instrumental in reaching this milestone. Walter Petruzzi, Brannon Felgenhauer, Chuck Sharp, Brandon Butler, Grant Morris, and Trevor Pletcher have all shown dedication and a strong commitment to safety for themselves and their colleagues over these years.
“It is an honor to reach such a milestone in safety. I take pride in knowing that we are working for a company that dedicates itself to maintaining safe work practices. Through continued training and changing our attitude about safety, we have been able to achieve a goal that would not have seemed possible a few years ago. It is comforting to know that when you are on a job, your coworkers care as much about your safety as they do their own. Let’s keep this going and have another 1000 safe work days!!!” says Matt Melot, ER&R Coordinator.
EC trains all its field personnel on the practices of Behavior Based Safety. Through this program, EC believes each individual will take personal responsibility for their own safe work practices and be aware of the safe practices of their fellow team members. EC makes certain each individual is aware of the potential health and safety risks of all aspects of a project and knows they have “Stop Work Authority” if any unsafe conditions are observed.
EC is committed to conducting its business in a manner that protects the health and safety of our employees, customers, business partners, community neighbors and the environment. We proactively seek to reduce injuries and illnesses; and incorporate leading environmental, health and safety practices into our product and business service offerings.
To learn more about our safety program or available safety trainings, please visit our website at www.ECCGRP.com
Enviro Clean Shows Support at the 2017 Oklahoma State Firefighter Association State Fire School