Keystone ABC Lauds 53 Members for Safety Commitment

Wed June 30, 2004 - Northeast Edition
Construction Equipment Guide

Keystone Chapter, Associated Builders & Contractors Inc. (ABC) has recognized 53 member companies for their commitment to safety. The Safety Awards were presented at an annual ceremony, held recently at the Lincoln Plaza in Reading, PA.

ABC’s Safety Training and Evaluation Process (STEP) program recognizes the efforts of ABC members that strive to achieve effective safety practices at their firms and provides contractors with a tool to objectively evaluate their safety programs, policies, procedures and training.

Awards are based on data submitted via application and are based on total work-hours in a calendar year and standard industrial codes.

Awards range from Bronze to Platinum, with Platinum being the highest level achievable. To qualify for Platinum status, a company has to:

• Receive STEP Gold two consecutive years;

• Submit an OSHA summary 300 log summarizing OSHA recordables;

• Submit a statement from an insurance company that supports the STEP self-evaluation score.

Platinum membership provides a special certificate of recognition, automatic application for the ABC National Safety Award and participation in National ABC’s promotional campaign. In addition, Platinum level participants will receive unscheduled OSHA inspections only in response to reports of imminent danger, fatalities/catastrophes, or in the case of a signed, formal complaint.

The following Pennsylvania ABC Keystone members received the following ABC national awards:

Bronze Award

• Martin Paving Inc., Epharata.

Silver Awards

• Allied Construction & Design Inc., Annville;

• Bomberger’s Store, Lititz;

• C.B. Structures, New Holland;

• Facilities Design & Construction Co., Columbia;

• Arthur Funk & Sons Inc., Lebanon;

• John E. Fullerton Inc., Elizabethtown;

• Garrety Glass Inc., York;

• E.F. Martzell Inc., Reynolds;

• B & P Neal Enterprises Inc., Manheim;

• Lorne G. Seifert Inc., Dillsburg; and

Wilco Electric Inc., Columbia.


• ASCOM Inc., Dover;

• B.J. Baldwin Electric/Mechanical Inc., Narvon;

• CH&E Construction, Lancaster;

• Clark Inc., Paradise;

• Conewago Enterprises Inc., Hanover;

• Gettle Inc., York;

• E.H. Gochnauer & Sons Inc., Lancaster;

• GEM Inc., Terre Hill;

• Gooding, Simpson & Mackes Inc., Ephrata;

• Haller Enterprises Inc., Lititz;

• Handwerk Contractors, Hummelstown;

• Hayes Construction Co., Wyomissing;

• Herr & Sacco Inc., Landisville;

• Horst Construction Co., Lancaster;

• Hursh Painting Inc., Talmage;

• Keares Electrical Contractors Inc., Downingtown;

• Robert H. Kepler Masonry Inc., Harrisburg;

• Keystruct Construction Inc., York;

• Kinsley Construction Inc., York;

• M. Potteiger Inc., York;

• Purcell Construction Co., Denver;

• S & S Structures Inc., Blandon;

• Smucker Company, Smoketown;

• Ira G. Steffy & Son Inc., Ephrata;

• D.M. Stoltzfus & Son Inc., Talmage;

• Tripple H Construction Co. Inc., Ephhrata;

• Walton & Company, York;

• Warfel Construction Co., Lancaster;

• Wenrich Painting Inc., Ephrata;

• Wickersham Construction & Engineering Inc., Lancaster; and

• H.L. Wiker & Sons Inc., Lancaster.


• Benchmark Construction Co. Inc., Brownstown;

• Frey Lutz Corp., Lancaster;

• Hogg Construction Inc., York;

• B R. Kreider & Son Inc., Manheim;

• H.B. McClure Company, Harrisburg;

• R.S. Mowery & Sons Inc., Mechanicsburg;

• Richard D. Poole LLC, York;

• Paul Risk Associates Inc., Quarryville;

• Wagman Construction, York; and

• Wohlsen Construction Co., Lancaster.

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