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2012 SHARP Recipients

'Everyone Wins’: Control Micro Systems Sees Improvement in Safety Culture, Earns First SHARP Award

Control Micro Systems recently received a SHARP award from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and USF SafetyFlorida. The custom laser marking manufacturer is based in Winter Park and employs 50 workers. This is the company’s first SHARP recognition.

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Safety Commitment Earns Kauff’s Transportation Systems its First SHARP Award

Kauff’s Transportation Systems recently received its first SHARP award from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and USF SafetyFlorida. The West Palm Beach heavy equipment towing and transportation company employs 95 workers and is proud of its safety accomplishment.

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Daws Manufacturing Company, Inc. Celebrates SHARP Renewal, 2 Million Man Hours Without Lost-time Accident

Daws Manufacturing Company, Inc. recently renewed its SHARP designation. The Pensacola-based fabricated metal products company has been in OSHA’s SHARP program since 2003 and currently employs 55 workers

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SHARP Success Brings Significant Annual Savings to Orchid Island Juice Company

Orchid Island Juice Company recently received a SHARP award for its exemplary safety and health management system. This is the Ft. Pierce-based company’s second time earning a SHARP certification.

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Safety Equals Savings: Standard Precast Saves $289,000 in Workers’ Comp. Premiums, Earns First SHARP

Standard Precast, Inc. of Jacksonville recently received an OSHA SHARP award for its exemplary workplace safety and health management system. This is the precast concrete manufacturer’s first SHARP award.

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For Portus Stevedoring, Safety Culture 'Improves Dramatically' After Earning SHARP Award

Portus Stevedoring, LLC., recently earned its first SHARP award. The Jacksonville-based longshore and terminal operator employs 88 workers and provides stevedoring and marine cargo services to shipping lines that service many parts of the world. The company is currently Florida’s only longshore business to achieve SHARP status.

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To Keep SHARP Flag Flying Motivates BAE Systems Aerospace Solutions to Earn SHARP Renewal

BAE Systems Aerospace Solutions, a business area within BAE Systems Support Solutions, recently received a SHARP renewal from USF SafetyFlorida. In Crestview, Fla., the company specializes in repairs and modifications to civilian and military aircraft, and is located near Eglin Air Force Base.

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From ‘Sufficient’ to SHARP: Neptune Research, Inc. Earns First SHARP Award for Enhancing Safety and Health Management System

Neptune Research, Inc. (NRI), a manufacturing facility that specializes in the research, development and production of moisture-curable composites for pipes, pipelines and civil structures, recently received a SHARP award from USF SafetyFlorida. This is the Lake Park-based company’s first SHARP designation.

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Lower Workers’ Comp Costs Helps Trucks and Parts of Tampa, Inc. Pass Savings on to Customers

Trucks and Parts of Tampa, Inc. recently earned its third SHARP renewal in five years. The family-owned business, which reconditions refuse, concrete, roll-off and grapple trucks for resale, is proud of its safety accomplishments as well as the lower costs it receives as a result.

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Aluma Tower Company’s Lost Work Days Plummet Thanks to Better Safety Efforts, SHARP Program

Aluma Tower Company, Inc. of Vero Beach had two manufacturing facilities recently receive OSHA’s SHARP recognition. The worksites are within blocks from one another on Old Dixie Highway and have a combined staff of 26 employees. For one of the facilities, this is the company’s third SHARP renewal. It is the first SHARP award for a newer facility that opened in 2010.

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