BRAVO! Receives Industry’s Highest Safety Award for 2013

BRAVO! Group Services, one of the largest, privately-held facility support companies in the country, announced today the Building Service Contractors Association International (BSCAI) has awarded BRAVO! the esteemed 2013 BSCAI Safety Award for large employers. The award marks the fourth year out of the past five in which BRAVO! has received the industry’s highest Safety Award.

“This represents a significant commitment to our culture of supporting employee safety each and every day. The dedication from our entire team lead by our Director of Safety & Training, Kathy Trivino and supported by our Regional Managers, Site Managers, Directors and front line Supervisors and Employees has a major impact on the day to day operating of our company,” said Frank S. Wardzinski, BRAVO!’s Chief Operating Officer.

Always believing in Safety First, in 2007 BRAVO! reinvested in its Safety & Training programs, which included hiring a dedicated Director of Safety & Training, undergoing a third party audit of its policies and procedures and establishing a Safety Committee. In 2014, BRAVO! created a new Safety & Training Manager position to ensure the company maintains its impressive safety record as they continue to grow. The company continues to name “Safety Stars,” an award that recognizes employees who exemplify their safety credo.

“Receiving BSCAI’s Safety Award for a fourth time brings our entire team an immense sense of accomplishment and we take great pride in each and every employee who helped us achieve this level of safety,” said Kathy Trivino, Director of Safety & Training. “It has always been our priority to foster a culture of safety in which every employee is empowered and accountable to make their job a safer one. The personal commitment and active participation in our BRAVO! Safety Program, from the highest level in our management team to first line employees is represented in this award. We extend a heartfelt thank you to our exceptional team of employees and suppliers who are always working to improve upon and rethink safety as we strive towards zero accidents and lost time.”

For more information on this release, please contact Frank S. Wardzinski

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