ABMECH Acquisitions, LLC Awarded Governor’s Award for Safety Excellence (GASE)
Since 1999, fewer than 100 businesses have been named as winners.
Our Workplace Safety Committee is very pleased and proud to be named a 2013 winner of the Governor’s Award for Safety Excellence (GASE). ABMECH Acquisitions, LLC is one of 10 businesses in Pennsylvania to have won the award in 2013 and the only hazardous materials remediation company to ever win. The plaque was presented by the PA Dept. of Labor and Industry Deputy Secretary Eugene Connell at a luncheon at the Rivers Club. Also on hand from the Dept. of Labor and Industry were Health & Safety Division Chief Scott Weiant and Press Secretary Sara Goulet.
Theodore H. Brodie Distinguished Safety Award
ABMECH Acquisitions, LLC is honored to be named as a recipient of the 2013 Theodore H. Brodie Distinguished Safety Gold Award, the 2014 Theodore H. Brodie Distinguished Safety Bronze Award and the 2015 and 2016 Theodore H. Brodie Distinguished Safety Silver Awards by the National Insulation Association.
Excellence in Safety
Additionally, ABMECH Acquisitions, LLC received 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017 “Excellence in Safety” Awards from the Master Builder’s Association.
Various Safety Programs
We are committed to workplace safety and health, and are an active participant in various safety programs such as Safe + Sound Week and National Safety Stand Down.
Largest Remediation Projects of 2012
In 2012 ABMECH Acquisitions, LLC was part of one of the largest remediation projects of 2012 as ranked by the Pittsburgh Business Times.
ABMECH Acquisitions, LLC is a member of Avetta, the world’s leading provider of supply chain risk management.
Celebration of Safety Picnic
Abmech Acquisitions LLC’s first Celebration of Safety Picnic was held on August 24, 2018. As in years past, this year’s picnic included a Corn-hole Tournament with prizes for the winning team and the runners-up. The beautiful weather made it an ideal day to enjoy great food and good company and to we thank our entire team for their continued commitment to safety.
We believe that there is a real payback on motivation and performance from a rewards-based safety incentive plan. However, that is only one element in our overall safety and health program. Our greater goal is to provide training combined with incentives and individual employee recognition, to improve overall performance and safety thus having a substantial long term impact of reducing accidents in the workplace. The following five components of our program have been the key to our employee buy in of the program and its success:
- A properly functioning and complete program
- Ongoing examination of safety performance
- Support of management with pro-active participation and recognition
- Structured incentive program with clearly defined goals
- Ongoing communication with rewards tailored to motivate and fit the work force.