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Dallas, TX, United States, 2010/06/30 - Shermco Industries recently completed Pilot Stage I of the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s Voluntary Protection Programs OSHA Challenge.
Shermco Industries, provider of rotating apparatus and electrical power system testing, commissioning, repair, maintenance and training, recently completed Pilot Stage I of the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s Voluntary Protection Programs OSHA Challenge.
OSHA Challenge encourages, assists and gives recognition to employers who work towards implementing an exemplary safety and health management system. Dedicated to achieving the highest safety criteria for its employees, Shermco has completed the first of the three highly detailed stages of the program.
“Our employees are exposed to hazards every day, from high voltage equipment to disaster recovery areas,” said Ron Widup, executive vice president of Shermco. “We’re fully dedicated to the safety of our employees and our clients. That is why we’ve submitted to this rigorous voluntary program. Also, electrical safety training is a major part of what we do -- so we hold ourselves to the highest possible standards.”
Presentation of Pilot Stage I of the OSHA Challenge was administrated by Gloria Conway, VPP Coordinator over the North East Texas Area working out of the Dallas Area OSHA office.
Shermco Industries (shermco.com) is a provider of safe, reliable testing, repair, professional training, maintenance and analysis of rotating apparatus and electrical power distribution systems and related equipment for the light, medium, and heavy industrial base nationwide. Founded in 1974 in Dallas, the company is comprised of two strategic business units; Machine Services Division and an Engineering Services Division. With a corporate location in Irving, Texas, a sales office in Brussels and service centers in Austin, Houston, Tulsa and Sweetwater, Shermco Industries has over 300 full-time employees. The company is a member in good standing with the Electrical Apparatus Service Association, American Wind Energy Association, Professional Electrical Apparatus Recyclers League, and the InterNational Electrical Testing Association.