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Posted on: January 24, 2013 By: Megan Knoll, Dir of Marketing

Approved Contractor in ISNetworld, PICS Auditing, and Browz

Gribbins Insulation cherishes the opportunity to share information about our award-winning safety program. With an industry-leading TRIR of only .36 in 2012, our program is proven to help our employees work safer. (The TRIR average for our industry is 3.8.) When clients require contractors to complete a prequalification process, we understand that they value safety as much as we do. We are proud of our membership in several third-party prequalification systems. We continue to update our information in these systems to maintain our status as an approved contractor for all of the clients listed below.

Please note – This is only a list of our approved status in third-party systems.  We are approved for most of our clients through their own internal systems.

If you have any questions about this list or our information in these systems, please contact our Director of Marketing (and prequalification manager) Megan Knoll at mknoll@gribbins.com.

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Chevron
International Paper
JBS USA – Pilgrims
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POET
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Browz
Rio Tinto Alcan

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Working at heights, training, possible asbestos, and even icicles!

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Announcing our final safety star winners from 2017!

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Some insight on what to do and how to protect yourself when a fire occurs.

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