Oldcastle Precast Earns Top Safety Awards from National Precast Concrete Association
LITTLETON, Colo. – Oldcastle Precast plants based in Newnan, Ga. and Concord, N.C. received Safety Hall of Fame Awards from the National Precast Concrete Association at The Precast Show 2017, in Cleveland, Ohio. The award, given for the first time this year, recognizes safety-conscious producer members for having no recordable incidents and accidents for the last five years.
Oldcastle Precast received the award for reaching the highest level of safety achievement based on its OSHA 300 logs.
“The precast concrete industry continues to focus on ensuring its high-quality, durable products are produced in a safe manner,” said Ty Gable, president of National Precast Concrete Association. “NPCA is committed to helping our members succeed and is proud of the safety records of these two Oldcastle Precast plants.”
About NPCA: The National Precast Concrete Association (precast.org) represents more than 600 manufacturing firms and nearly 300 supplier companies operating in the precast concrete sector of the construction industry in North America. Based in Indianapolis, NPCA provides technical services, educational programs, safety expertise and certification programs for the industry.
About Oldcastle Precast: Oldcastle Precast is the clear choice for building products and services for North American infrastructure projects. We are a leading provider of engineered product solutions nationwide to a number of market sectors including: Water, Communications, Energy, and Transportation.
(Content received from National Precast Concrete Association)