Our safety program is consistently evolving to meet our customer's requirements and maintain OSHA compliance. At WARE safety is not about dollars, just people.
Laura Gomez's insight:
• Our guiding principle is to make sure everyone goes home in the same condition as they came to work. • We never speak of safety in terms of dollars or productivity. These are positive throw-offs from safe practices. Safety is about people...it's never about money. • Through a lot of focus and hard work our safety initiative over the past 10 years has expanded dramatically. • Comprehensive safety training, not just general plant requirements such as Lock-Out Tag-Out and Arc Flash, but expanded training such as Hand Injuries Prevention, Hearing-Loss Prevention, Ergonomic Work Practices and Ladder Safety. • Our safety program has staff dedicated to overseeing the execution of the program and the advancement of our safety initiative. • Our safety program is consistently evolving to meet our customer's requirements and maintain OSHA compliance. • Frequent training i.e. weekly / monthly / annual / job or task specific.
WARE started in 1952 as Ivan Ware & Son, a residential air conditioning and heating company. Its founder, Ivan Ware, was a former oil burner serviceman for a local oil company. In 1971 under his leadership, the company expanded after listening to his son, Richard Ware, to include a boiler rental business, becoming the first company in the area to provide handling, supervising, installation, start-up and operational services at the customer's request. By 1973 the company was the largest of its kind in the Louisville area. In 1975 Ivan Ware retired due to health reasons, but continued to serve as an advisor to the business. Richard Ware and Kit Moore, Ivan's children, then took over the business and continued to pour the family philosophy of servicing their customers better than anyone else in the business. Their vision and tireless hours of work continued to build a solid foundation for what WARE is today and what it will be in the future. Today Richard Ware is still President, and the company is run by his sons Ritchie and Daniel Ware and his son-in-law Brent Falcone. Since 1995 the company has expanded its offices and has grown into one of the largest and most extensive service companies in the southeast. With just over 90 employees, WARE now services five states including Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, Georgia, and Alabama and is one of the top boiler and chiller rental businesses in the United States. Read more at : http://www.wareinc.com/boiler-rental/boilers/mobile-boiler
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