Rosendin Designated One of America’s Safest Companies

Electrical contractor honored by safety industry professionals at Safety Industry Publication

Safety industry professionals selected electrical contractor Rosendin as one of the safest companies in the country. On November 10, EHS Today magazine presented Rosendin with the 2021 America’s Safest Companies Award for its dedication and innovation in protecting its 7,000+ employees who design and build data centers, educational facilities, renewable energy plants, and other high profile projects.

The judging panel of safety experts selected Rosendin as the large company winner from a highly competitive field based on a comprehensive analysis of safety protocols, training programs, injury rates, and innovation. Rosendin’s safety program stood out for its low incident rates and empowering employees to take safety into their own hands. Company programs include the STOP Work Card gives employees the right to stop working if they feel unsafe, and the Craft Empowerment Program that unites field workers and project managers twice a month to review concerns and new ideas.

 

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