Safti First™ Awards Outstanding Safety Records

Date: 20 January 2006
Source: Safti
SAFTI FIRST Fire Rated Glazing Solutions recently presented over 50 awards at their Annual Safety Awards Luncheon to internal personnel who achieved perfect safety records over the past year.Over 99% of the employees qualified to participate by having a flawless, 100% safety record in 2005.

The names were placed in a drawing for prizes such as a 42” Plasma HDTV, standard television sets, DVD players, MP3 players, tool sets, and numerous types of gift certificates.
“We take a great deal of pride in the fact we had so many people eligible for the drawing this year.” said Brent Heckman, operations manager.

SAFTI FIRST prides themselves on their outstanding and consistent safety record. They continue to be a leader in the fire-rated glazing industry, while maintaining one of the most reliable safety records in the industry. “While we sustain the quality of our product, we also maintain quality in the care and encouragement of safe practices for our employees.” says Kathryn O’Keeffe, company spokeswoman, “We are looking forward to another year of outstanding products and safe practices.”

600450 Safti First™ Awards Outstanding Safety Records
Date: 20 January 2006
Source: Safti

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