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Posted on: May 5, 2017 By: Karen Will

Gribbins Insulation Company Wins Governor’s Award 5th Year in a Row

Evansville, Indiana – Gribbins Insulation Company is one of only nine organizations in the state to receive this year’s Indiana Governor’s Workplace Safety Award. The award, presented March 3, 2017 at the Indiana Safety Conference in Indianapolis, recognizes proactive efforts to eliminate and reduce worker exposure to occupational safety and health hazards. The 2017 award marks the fifth straight year Gribbins has received the honor. This year’s achievement singles out Gribbins in the category of Education and Outreach (Internal) for Construction.

Gribbins Insulation is noted for its robust safety point system program, an initiative enthusiastically embraced by employees company-wide. Providing the highest levels of safety is not only embedded in the company’s mission, it’s a practice that has earned Gribbins Insulation dozens of regional and national awards.

Founded in 1985, Gribbins Insulation is a commercial and industrial mechanical insulation contractor serving the Midwestern United States. Headquartered in Evansville, Indiana, the company has five branch offices in Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky.

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