SPRINGDALE, Ark. — Superior Linen Service, a provider of linen and laundry solutions, reports that its Springdale location has reached 10 years without a lost-time accident.
This achievement highlights the company’s strong safety culture and dedication to employee well-being.
Superior Linen Service’s Eastern Division has maintained an impeccable safety record since May 5, 2013.
The accomplishment has been recognized with the fifth OSHA SHARP certification and the esteemed Accumulative Years Safety Award from the Arkansas Department of Labor, endorsed by Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
“Our 10 years without a lost-time accident is a testament to the commitment and dedication of our team,” says Russell Holt, chief compliance officer.
“Safety is a top priority for us, and this achievement reflects the effectiveness of our safety protocols and our culture of vigilance.”
The company says its strong safety culture empowers employees to prioritize safety in their daily operations.
Toby Rychel, a plant maintenance technician, says, “The safety culture causes me to slow down and think before I try to fix something.”
Mark Pearson, a route service representative, adds, “We are all trained to do things the right way to keep us safe and to watch out for our co-workers, which shows how much the company cares.”
Superior Linen Service says it is proud of this milestone and remains committed to maintaining a safe work environment for its employees.
The company adds that its achievement underscores its dedication to safety and sets an example for others in the industry.
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