All Crane Rental wins safety award

By Laura Hatton16 September 2013

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All Crane Rental in the USA has been awarded the 2012 Award of Excellence from the Georgia Department of Labor for exceptional workplace safety.

The award was presented to branches in Atlanta, Georgia, and its sister location in Phenix City, Alabama. It was the eighth consecutive win for the Atlanta branch and the second win for the Phenix City branch.

Wayne Cummins, general manager of the Columbus, Georgia location, said, “I am very grateful for the acknowledgment of what our branch has worked so hard to achieve. Safety is, and always will be, our number one concern. In fact, safety is a culture. We live it every day. For that, I truly commend my whole team on this award.”

All Crane Rental is part of the All Erection & Crane Rental Corp. Michael Liptak, president of the All family of companies, said, “We are extremely grateful to the Georgia Department of Labor for recognising the ongoing safety efforts of All Crane Rental of Georgia. The All family of companies considers continuous safety training and education the heart of our corporate culture, so we congratulate every employee at both Georgia branches for their dedication to our safe work practices.”

Requirements of the award include achieving at least 250 workdays with no lost time due to injuries or illness, a company spokesperson said.

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