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Posted on: January 16, 2018 By: Karen Will

Safety STARS!

The Gribbins Safety STAR Program is a new positive recognition program for all of our employees.  Any employee can nominate any other employee!  Each quarter, the safety department, area managers, and field coordinators will review all nominations and select up to 5 winners.  The winner and the nominator will each receive 20 bonus safety points.

Click here for the online nomination form.

Congratulations to the winners from the 3rd quarter of 2017!

DEREK BECK
“Employee called scaffold company to build hard barricade around grating removal and contacted owner to ensure we were in compliance with their program.”

DAN FRYER
“Employee contacted safety to discuss how to proceed on a line that was difficult to access and had a plug missing.”

ROB HAYNES
“Employee had secured pick boards with wire and danger-taped around them so no other employees could access without their permission.”

MARK LAUBSCHER
“Employee was working out of a 125′ aerial lift and noticed the area barricaded below didn’t entirely cover the area below.  He came down and extended the barricade before continuing work.”

BRAD NEWTON
“Employee ensured all Gribbins employees were wearing proper PPE on the jobsite even though other contractors were not.”

4th quarter winners will be announced soon!

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