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Faith Technologies Recognized with Two Safety Awards from Associated Builders and Contractors of Georgia

Owusu-Dangleben-(safety-manager)-and-Joe-Amara-(senior-safety-manager)-accept-the-ABC-safety-awards-presented-earlier-this-monthAtlanta (July 9, 2015) – Faith Technologies, an electrical, engineering and technology systems contractor, was recently presented with two safety awards from the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC) of Georgia for its demonstration of the highest commitment to safety and safety training. Awards were presented at ABC’s National STEP and Georgia Awards of Safety Excellence event, held on June 8 at Maggiano’s Little Italy, Cumberland Mall in Atlanta.

Faith Technologies received a gold-level rating for the Safety Training and Evaluation Process (STEP) award, which was developed and written by contractors for contractors in order to provide ABC members with an organized approach to objectively evaluate safety programs, policies, procedures and training. STEP serves as an industry benchmarking tool and is based on 20 key elements of contractor safety programs, including commitment of company management, pre-planning for safety on the job, and ongoing safety training and resources committed to safety.

Faith Technologies also received a Georgia Chapter Award of Safety Excellence. This award is presented to companies that succeed in maintaining a total recordable and lost-time rate that is half the national average or lower for their trade division.

“Safety is ingrained in Faith Technologies’ culture,” said Joe Amara, senior safety manager. “We find great value in investing in our employee safety initiatives such as our Short Service Employee program. Each of our employees plays an essential role within our team, and our priority is keeping them safe. We are honored to be grouped among some of the top companies in our industry with these recognitions of our safety efforts.”

To learn more about Faith Technologies’ safety practices, visit www.faithtechnologies.com/about/safety.