Trico celebrates accident-free year

By John Wyatt07 March 2008

(From left) Trico Lift Safety Director Steve Phillips reviews inspection reports with company Operat

(From left) Trico Lift Safety Director Steve Phillips reviews inspection reports with company Operations Vice President Andrew Volponi.

Aerial lift rental yard Trico Lift achieved an accident-free record without any lost work time or recordable incidents last year. The company, located in Millville, NJ employees almost 100 people with offices in Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Ohio, and another location in South Plainfield, NJ. Collectively, the company has a fleet of nearly 3,000 aerial equipment pieces.

“In an industry where safety is of the utmost importance, we're very proud to have achieved this significant achievement of one whole year without a recordable incident or one that required more than basic first aid treatment,” said Ken Pustizzi, CEO and president, crediting the company's risk identification efforts and safety training and accident prevention program.

“This means that the Trico Lift team has persisted for a considerable period of time to think safety first. It is a testament to our company philosophy that ‘Safety is everyone's business.'”

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