February 17, 2006
Road building firms earn safety awards
The Ontario Road Builders’ Association has saluted member firms that have worked the longest stretches of time without incurring lost-time injuries.
At the association’s recent convention, the association presented Routly milestone awards to Aecon Civil & Utilities for reaching one million consecutive man hours without a lost-time injury and to Dagmar Construction Inc. and Gazzola Paving Ltd. for hitting the 500,000 consecutive man hours mark.
Awards also went to:
•Cayuga Materials & Construction for reaching 584,491 consecutive manhours without a lost-time injury (firms with less than 100,000 average annual manhours).
•Fermar Paving Ltd., for reaching 949,313 consecutive manhours without a lost-time injury (firms with more than 100,000 average annual man hours).
ORBA president Terry Willms said the Routly awards “have stood for decades as recognition of companies with a clear commitment and a proven record for preventing injuries and deaths on the jobsite.”
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