SMACNA Announces Winners of 2021 Safety Excellence Awards

The Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association (SMACNA), the leader in promoting quality and excellence in the sheet metal and air conditioning industry, today announced the winners of its Annual Safety Excellence Awards.

27 member companies recognized for outstanding performance in safety and health

Chantilly, Va. (July 1, 2021) — The Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association (SMACNA), the leader in promoting quality and excellence in the sheet metal and air conditioning industry, today announced the winners of its Annual Safety Excellence Awards. The recognition program stems from SMACNA’s yearly safety survey and celebrates members who report the lowest injury and illness rates and who continue to adopt a safety culture along with safe practices on the jobsite. 

“Nothing is more important to SMACNA than the health and safety of our members and their employees,” said Vince Sandusky, SMACNA’s Chief Executive Officer. “Congratulations to the winners of this year’s Safety Excellence Awards. You should feel proud of what you’ve accomplished as low injury and illness rates speak volumes to your best-in-class performance within the industry.”

27 member companies received the 2021 Safety Excellence Award for overall safety performance based on people-hours worked and OSHA incidence rates as reported in the annual safety survey. Award winners in Canada were recognized based on performance as measured against Canadian safety programs which are conducted on a provincial basis rather than the national OSHA program in the U.S. Detailed results from the U.S. survey can be found in the SMACNA Safety Statistics Profile report due out later in the summer.

First place winners will be presented with the award during SMACNA’s Annual Convention in October. All others will receive the award via mail over the summer. Award winners include:

Over 500,000 hours
TCM Corp – Portland, Oregon
Baker Group – Ankeny, Iowa
Control Air Enterprises LLC – Anaheim, California

400,001-500,000 hours
Streimer – Portland, Oregon
Integrated Facility Services – Fenton, Missouri
MG McGrath, Inc. – Maplewood, Minnesota

300,001-400,000 hours
General Sheet Metal – Clackamas, Oregon
Mall City Mechanical – Kalamazoo, Michigan
Peck Hannaford & Briggs Co. – Cincinnati, Ohio

200,001-300,000 hours
Climate Engineers – Hiawatha, Iowa
Smith MEP – Santa Maria, California
Wiegmann Associates – Saint Charles, Missouri

100,001-200,000 hours
Rabe Environmental Systems, Inc. – Erie, Pennsylvania
Westside Mechanical Group – Naperville, Illinois
Research Air Flo, Inc. – Atlanta, Georgia

50,001-100,000 hours
Castle Heating & Air, Inc. – Solon, Ohio
GES Sheet Metal, Inc. – Fontana, California
S&Z Sheetmetal, Inc. – Flint, Michigan

25,001-50,000 hours
Gerard Sheet Metal Fabricators, Inc. – East Brunswick, New Jersey
Parker Sheet Metal Inc. – Frederick, Colorado
Range Cornice & Roofing Company – Hibbing, Minnesota

1-25,000 hours
RC Metal Worx, LLC – Pendleton, Indiana
Forced Air Systems Inc. – Sterling Heights, Michigan
Eber HVAC, Inc. – Johnstown, Pennsylvania

Chapter Participation Awards
First Place – Sheet Metal Contractors Association of Philadelphia and Vicinity
Second Place – SMACNA Western Washington
Third Place – SMACNA Mid-Atlantic
Honorable Mention – Georgia SMACNA

Overall Winner, Canada
Modern Niagara – Toronto, Ontario

Honorable Mentions, Canada
Allied Blower & Sheet Metal, Ltd. – Surrey, British Columbia
Crozier Environmental Inc. – Orono, Ontario

As a leader in the industry, SMACNA provides members with safety programming, policies, training, OSHA compliance resources and assistance, and more. Over the last year, SMACNA has also provided members with COVID-19 safety resources and best practices for mitigating risk on the jobsite. For more information, visit https://www.smacna.org/resources/business-management/safety-and-health.

ABOUT SMACNA:
SMACNA is an international trade association representing 3,500 contributing contractor firms and is a leader in promoting quality and excellence in the sheet metal and air conditioning industry. SMACNA members are responsible for effectively delivering the clean air Americans breathe in offices, homes, and hospitals; for many of the attractive facades you see on today’s stadiums and office buildings; and for the comfortable, healthy, and safe living environments in which our citizens live out their daily lives. SMACNA has national offices in Chantilly, Va., outside of Washington, D.C., and on Capitol Hill. For more information, visit www.SMACNA.org

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