CHATTANOOGA, TN. April 28, 2022 – T. J. Snow Company of Chattanooga, Tennessee, was recently chosen to receive a 2022 Safety Award of Honor from the Fabricators & Manufacturers Association, International (FMA) and was selected as the Rusty Demeules Award Recipient, the highest level of honor in the FMA Safety Awards program. Open to all FMA company members, the FMA/CNA Annual Safety Awards recognize metal fabrication companies that adhere to excellence in safety. The awards are sponsored by CNA, the endorsed business insurance carrier for FMA
“I congratulate T. J. Snow on winning a Safety Award of Honor and the Rusty Demeules Safety Award of Excellence,” said Edward Youdell, president and CEO of FMA. “Safety is clearly a priority for the company. They set a good example for others in the industry. FMA and CNA are proud to recognize all our safety award winners.”
To be eligible to receive recognition, companies were required to submit OSHA Form 300A, Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses, for the period Jan. 1, 2021, through Dec. 31, 2021. Firms of all sizes were eligible. Winners were selected based on North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code categories and BLS injury and illness incidence rates. The Safety Award of Honor is given to companies having a perfect safety record of no recordable injuries or illnesses for the reporting period.
The Rusty Demeules Award for Safety Excellence is presented annually by FMA, created by FMA’s Safety Council to further recognize a company with a demonstrated safety culture. The award is named in honor of Rusty Demeules, an outstanding volunteer contributor who made significant contributions to FMA while serving as the President of its Safety Committee from its inception in 1989 until 1996.
The complete list of 2022 award winners has been published on FMA’s blog at www.fmamfg.org/blog .
About T. J. Snow Company
T. J. Snow’s reputation has been built by helping customers succeed with the resistance welding process since 1963. The company offers new and used welders, supplies, training, and service. Visit www.tjsnow.com for more information.