Monday, February 9, 2009

Special Recognition by a Utilicom Safety Family Member

R.D. Quinn, Inc., a long time Utilicom Safety family member has made a special recognition to Juan Diaz. Juan has been designated as the first MVP of R.D. Quinn, Inc. The MVP award is an internal RDQ award given to an employee that most exemplifies the type of employee that others should strive to be. Safety attitude and behavior play a large part in an employee being awarded this recognition, so all members of the Utilicom Safety family can share in Juan's achievement. Cudo's to R.D. for taking the time to honor his employees like this. "Notice the Gold Hard Hat by the way!" Pictured with Juan is Jesus Lozano, a RDQ Foreman who presented the award.

Thursday, February 5, 2009

Our first RTR winner is Macy Mitchell of Peoples Telephone Cooperative, Inc.
Employer: Peoples Telephone Cooperative, Inc.
How long employed at PTC: 8 yrs
PTC Position: Alarms/Wireless Internet
Age: 36
Personal Info: Active in Spur on Ministries, loves working with cattle and horses, and participating in hot rod shows.
Congratulations once again to Macy Mitchell.

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

OK, RTR fans,
I finally figured out how to upload an image to a posting, and it really wasn't that hard to do. I want you to know that so far I have had four individuals attempt to answer RTR's and two of those have won a ball cap each. Those that have won a ball cap so far are: Macy Mitchell of Peoples Telephone Coop., Inc. of Quitman, TX (Macy has won a ball cap for answering December and January RTR), Jason Bowers i.e. "Yankee", of Directional Service in Bossier City, LA for also answering Dec and Jan.
Other people who have answer at least one question so far are, Sharon Hurley of Peoples Telephone who answered the January RTR and Bob Dehart of R.D. Quinn, Inc. in Fairfield, TX who answered the December Question. So stay tuned and remember to "Read The Regulations".


Inspection is Crucial

Inspection is Crucial
Make sure you inspect your ladder regularly. Your safety depends on it!