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TAUC Contractors Receive Prized Safety Awards

McCarl's Inc. takes home Gold Star Award

This year was the 9th Annual Zero Injury Safety Awards Gala hosted by the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, Inc., and TAUC contractor members were well represented.

Seventy three TAUC contractor members in total were recognized for their work on projects that utilized the NMA.  TAUC President Robert Santillo's company, McCarl's Inc., walked away with the top award, the Gold Star Award, for performing 1,020,785 work-hours with zero recordable injuries.  "A safe jobsite does not happen by chance, it's a team effort," said Santillo.  "I am honored to be part of this milestone for PPL Brunner Island, the Central Pennsylvania Building Trades and McCarl's."

The NMA's Zero Injury Safety Awards are a tripartite award given out to the contractor, craft personnel and owner for their collaboration in support of the zero injury philosophy.

In total, TAUC contractors performed over 11 million injury-free-work-hours on industrial construction sites across the United States.

A full listing of the 2008 NMA Zero Injury Safety Awards can be found by clicking here.