Cherry Demolition recognised for safety effort

By Lindsay Gale04 August 2014

The Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) Greater Houston Chapter has awarded Cherry Demolition it highest level Award – Diamond – for the latter’s Safety Training Evaluation Process (STEP). This is the second year in a row that Cherry has been recognised at this level. The Award was presented to Cherry vice president of safety operations, Jay Marak, at a membership breakfast on July 11, 2014.

Jay said: “We’re always working to improve our safety program’s effectiveness. It was an honor to receive the Diamond level award again this year and be recognized as one of the best in our industry”.

ABC represents all specialities in the US construction industry, with members largely consisting of contractors engaged in the industrial and commercial sectors, with the goal of assisting its member companies in advancing their safety and training efforts to achieve a zero incident workplace.

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