SMACNA recognizes Air Systems with 1st place safety award

Air Systems, Inc. was recently recognized with a 1st Place 2014 Safety Excellence Award from SMACNA. "We’re extremely proud of this recognition, our third SMACNA safety award in the past four years," said Art Williams, president of Air Systems. "It’s validation of the company’s steadfast dedication to the wellbeing of employees and indicative of the sustained level of commitment everyone at Air Systems has to safety."

San Jose, Calif.  – Air Systems, Inc. was recently recognized with a 1st Place 2014 Safety Excellence Award for “lowest injury and illness rate in the over 500,000 man-hour category”  during 2013 from the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors National Association (SMACNA). This is the highest level recognized by the organization and is the third major safety award Air Systems has received from SMACNA since 2011.

“Air Systems’ 2014 1st Place national SMACNA award is the result of achieving zero injuries during the 2013 calendar year in the 500,000-plus man-hours worked category,” said Art Williams, president of Air Systems. "We’re extremely proud of this recognition, our third SMACNA safety award in the past four years. It’s validation of the company’s steadfast dedication to the wellbeing of employees and indicative of the sustained level of commitment everyone at Air Systems has to safety.”

Air Systems, a leading electrical and piping contractor in Northern California that provides comprehensive mechanical and electrical contracting, design-build and maintenance services to Bay Area Companies, is a subsidiary of EMCOR Group, Inc.

The company’s commitment to safety is part of a multi-tiered, integrated approach that includes a Zero Accident program as well as a host of supporting initiatives, such as the "Be There For Life" program.

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