Whitco Roofing improves their overall quality of workmanship by implementing new work program.
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Whitco Roofing Incorporated is committed to providing a safe work environment and to fostering the well-being and health of its employees. Part of that commitment is to create and maintain a workplace free of substance abuse without jeopardizing valued employees’ job security. The illegal use of drugs are problems that can invade the workplace, endangering the health and safety of the abusers and those around them. To address this problem, the Georgia roofing company has developed a policy regarding the illegal use of drugs and the abuse of alcohol that they believe best serves the interests of both their employees and clients.
Whitco Roofing, Inc. has been certified as a drug-free work place, earning this prestige award by the State Board of Workers Compensation of Georgia. The company has always thrived to promote a healthy and safe work environment and is now officially members of the drugs don’t work program of Georgia.
“I believe it is important that we all work together to make this company a safe and rewarding place to work” – Blake Whitney, Vice President of Whitco Roofing Inc.
Whitney also believes that the company’s clients will appreciate the extra precautions that Whitco has taken to promote safety. He stated that clients will have the satisfaction of knowing that safety is being implemented to the highest level whenever they take on a roofing project of any size.
There is a high fatality rate and many severe injuries that can occur when working on roofs, everybody in the industry should take these extra precautions to promote safety and help prevent these accidents. The clients of Whitco Roofing can always have confidence in the company’s promotion of safety procedures and quality of workmanship.