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2010 SHARP Recipients

Ajax Building Construction

Ajax Building Corporation Receives SHARP Renewal

Ajax Building Corporation has a steadfast commitment to safety. In fact, the safety philosophy for the Midway-based building construction management firm is “no job is so important and no service so urgent that we cannot take time to perform our work safely."

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Coreslab Structures, Inc. Orlando

Coreslab Structures, Inc. of Orlando Earns Second SHARP Certification

Coreslab Structures manufactures precast, prestressed concrete products and has locations throughout the U.S. Its Orlando facility, which is home to 24 employees, recently earned their second SHARP certification with a three-year participation approval.

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Motivation Drives Current Builders to be at Top of Their Game

For Current Builders of Pompano Beach, safety must be understood by all employees, regardless of language. "All our safety handouts and toolbox meetings are dual English/Spanish," says John Cline, safety director.

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Dyco Paints Receives SHARP Renewal

Dyco Paints, a national leader in the paint and specialty coatings industry for 43 years, is based in Clearwater. With more than 300 independent dealers, an extensive list of private label accounts throughout the country, and six company-owned Suncoast Paint & Design Center stores, Dyco prides itself on its quality products and reputation. It also is proud of its renewal status as a SHARP company.

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Facility Contract Services

The Facility Contract Services (FCS) team that oversees the maintenance of Pembroke Pines Health Park is a "small, tight-knit group," says Site Manager Phillip Drabick. The group of 10 employees is contracted to maintain a 180-acre health park, complete with 45 buildings on its campus that is owned by the City of Pembroke Pines.

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Florida's Blood Centers, Orlando

Florida's Blood Centers Earns First SHARP Recognition

Workplace safety is critical when providing blood and blood products to 70 hospitals and healthcare facilities throughout Florida. And at Florida's Blood Centers (FBC), one of the state's largest independent blood centers, the organization’s Orlando headquarters' workplace safety program is an award-winning one.

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JELD-WEN of Venice

"We are committed from the top down to making safety a part of our culture, not just our favorite slogan," says Aneta Lagos, safety coordinator at JELD-WEN's Window Division, located in Venice. The worldwide manufacturer of windows and doors has five facilities in Florida. This year, their Venice location earned a SHARP award for the first time.

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Moss & Associates

Moss & Associates Earns Second SHARP Renewal

Ranked among the nation's top 100 building contractors and the seventh largest in Florida, Moss & Associates provides construction management and design-build services throughout the United States, Bahamas and Caribbean. A core value for the Fort Lauderdale-based firm is safety and health, according to Brian Trusky, vice president of loss prevention. “Safety is vital to the future existence of the company,” he says.

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New Limeco, LLC. Makes Safety Turnaround, Earns First SHARP

New Limeco, an industry leader in the tropical fruit packing and shipping industry, ended 2007 with a high number of back strains--costing thousands of dollars in out-of-pocket expenses--and 2009 with an informal settlement agreement with OSHA. As part of that agreement, the South Florida-based company agreed to seek on-site consultation from USF SafetyFlorida.

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Safety is a State of Mind at Sypris Electronics

Safety success does not happen overnight. And Tampa-based Sypris Electronics understands this very well. A leading provider of electronics manufacturing and engineering services for government agencies, including the U.S. Department of Defense, as well as the avionics and aerospace community, Sypris Electronics underwent years of dedication and effort to create a "world-class" safety program.

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