PRECO is honored to announce the finalists and top nominees for the 2017 Excellence in Safety Award. This year’s nominees are an esteemed group of individuals who continually strive to increase safety for their fleets and the public. They represent some of the most respected professionals in heavy-duty industries. The awardee will be announced at the upcoming 2018 Work Truck Show in Indianapolis, March 7-9th.
PRECO would like to congratulate all who were nominated and thank everyone who submitted a nomination.
Robert Carlson, Fairmont Santrol
Mike Posz, Fraley and Schilling, Inc.
A Representative from Kiewit Mining Group
Adedotun Adebowale, Aramco
Charles Raziano, GFPDC
Coby Long, Aramco
Debabrata Datta, Larsen & Toubro Ltd.
Donald Nama II, Intec Video Systems, Inc.
Dwight Herring, Shoreway Environmental Center
Frank Obregon, Calportland Cement Company
Glenn Schroeder, United Milwaukee Scrap
Keith, Edw. C. Levy Co.
Ken Baylor, Advanced Leadership Solutions LLC
Kyle Lester, Colorado Department of Transportation
Lucas Kwan, Quinn Company
Manoj Shivaraman, NSH
Michelle Van Rooyen, Grunwald Bosch Service Center
Mike Montgomery, Larrett Energy Services, Inc.
Milton Van Horn, Falcon Transport
Mitch Torrie, Autonomous Solutions, Inc.
Mohammed Hasan, Creation Heavy Equipment Trading
Nathan Hitz, Quality Truck
Rajesh Singh, Roltamax Port Tech Pvt. Ltd.
Rami Hasan, Creation Heavy Equipment
Rob Roy, Royal Truck & Equipment
Robert Martineau, Airflow Deflector, Inc.
Rustam, Vostochanya Technica
Shane Jacob, Martin Marietta
Shannon Tomlinson, Huber Corporation
Stanley Capobianco, Associated Paving
Stephen Burdette, AEM
Steve Mercer, Helix Electric
Thomas Lane Jr., Lane Recycling Solutions LLC
Tom Fulton, Skanska USA Civil SE
William Fourie, MAADEN
The Excellence in Safety Award was created to honor one person each year who is the voice of safety in their industry.
The award criteria include the following characteristics:
Initiative: The ideal candidate will initiate candid discussions, programs (corporate, community, or industry), and/or give voice to safety issues in the industry or community.
Imagination: The ideal candidate will demonstrate creative and original suggestions to move safety into the forefront of the community, legislature, company or industry they serve.
Involvement: The ideal candidate will take an active role in industry associations, community safety programs, and/or corporate/legislative policy changes to advance safety.
Past recipients include representatives from Rumpke Waste & Recycling, Honolulu Disposal, Unimin, Montana-Dakota Utilities, and the Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA).
Nominations for the 2018 Excellence in Safety award will be accepted beginning in November 2018. An official call for nominations will be sent out via email to key contacts in heavy-duty vehicle industries. To ensure your email is included in this notification, please email Tamara Humpherys at THumpherys@Preco.com with your contact information.