RMF Nooter Safety First Place in Nation

Here is proof that commitment by the RMF Nooter Safety Team, customers, union leaders and of course, employees makes a difference; zero injury construction work is possible.  NW Ohio-based RMF Nooter was honored by peers from across the country while receiving first place in the nation for over 2.3 million work-hours performed injury-free on an individual construction project. The first place award is for work done at BP Toledo Refinery in Oregon, Ohio.

This video of RMF Nooter employees helps underscore why the company is able to accomplish safety records year after year. RMF Nooter Safety Manager Randy Roberts says, “Sure, we’re dedicated to safety.  We’re protecting our brothers and sisters.  The reason we are driven to foster a culture such as ours is many of us have been here for a long time; some basically grew up here. Our coworkers are our family. Our customers become like family. We want each other around.”

The annual Zero Injury Safety Awards Gala is the premier event in the nation celebrating those who are committed to safe jobsites, safe work habits, safe employees. This year’s event was held at the Washington Cathedral in Wasthington, DC.