Staker Parsons receives safety award in Utah

Kerry Clines

September 18, 2017

Wining awards at Utah Safety Council
Left to right: Rod Hamson, President, Utah Safety Council; Benjamin Orgill, Safety Specialist, Staker Parson Companies; Chris Kinnersley, VP of HR & EHS; Dan Arnoldson, Staker Parson Companies, Region Safety Manager.

Staker Parson Companies received the Utah Safety Council‘s Award of Merit for its outstanding safety performance as reported in the three year incident report from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Staker Parson received the award for achieving an incident rate below the national average, as well as demonstrating improvement and sustaining an excellent record.

Staker Parson Companies also met all other safety program requirements, including (but weren’t limited to) holding quarterly safety meetings, having and following a safety and health program with a regular review, having a written plan, performing regular inspections, providing employee safety training on all OSHA-required topics, and not sustaining any work-related fatalities during the three year time frame.

“It is a great honor to achieve these awards and it shows that safe production from our employees across our family of families is paramount to what we do here at Staker Parson Companies,” said Region Safety Manager Dan Arnoldson in a press release.  “We continue to improve and innovate, pushing ourselves to our goal of Zero Harm.”

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