Safe HVACR contractors applauded

With its 2008 Safety Masters Club and Safety Award of Merit recognitions, Air Conditioning Contractors of America salutes contractors that focus on keeping workplaces safe.

09/15/2008


The Air Conditioning Contractors of America (ACCA) has announced a number of recognitions for HVACR contractors demonstrating a commitment to fostering safe workplace practices. The association bestows its Safety Award of Merit upon member companies with the best lost-time incident rate record for 2007 in each of four categories.

This year’s recipients include:
* 0 to 40,000 hours: Controlled Conditions Corp., Chesapeake, Va.
* 40,001 to 100,000 hours: Energy Management Specialists, Cleveland
* 100,001 to 200,000 hours: Conditioned Air Inc., Macon, Ga.
* 200,001 + hours: Halco Inc., Phelps, N.Y.

In addition, the ACCA named several HVACR contractors to its Safety Masters Club roster:
* Bay Area Air Conditioning, Crystal River, Fla.
* Brady Services Inc., Greensboro, N.C.
* CHC Mechanical Contractors, Cookeville, Tenn.
* Coastal Heating and Air Conditioning, Annapolis, Md.
* Conditioned Air Corp., Naples, Fla.
* Conditioned Air Inc., Macon, Ga.
* Controlled Conditions Corp., Chesapeake, Va.
* Cooper Oates Air Conditioning, Sacramento, Calif.
* Energy Management Specialists, Cleveland
* Halco Inc., Phelps, N.Y.
* Hardesty Team, Oklahoma City
* Harrington Engineering, Rocky Hill, Conn.
* Hobaica Services, Phoenix
* Isaac Heating and Air Conditioning, Rochester, N.Y.
* Peaden Air Conditioning, Panama City, Fla.
* Thermal Concepts, Davie, Fla.





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