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Posted on: June 8, 2017 By: Karen Will

Gribbins Insulation Earns Highest National Safety Award

Evansville, Indiana – Gribbins Insulation achieved Platinum, the highest level in safety excellence awarded by the National Insulation Association (NIA). The presentation took place on March 30, 2017 in Phoenix, Arizona at NIA’s 62nd annual convention. Gribbins Insulation received the Theodore H. Brodie Distinguished Safety Award in the Contractor category. As the only national award for outstanding safety performance in the mechanical insulation industry, the Theodore H. Brodie accolade represents a significant achievement. NIA established the award more than a decade ago, recognizing top companies with structured safety programs designed to ensure employee well-being and create safe working environments.

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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