Florida Service Group is cleaning a wastewater treatment plant in Nassau Beach, FL.
Florida Service Group is cleaning a diffuser in Buffalo, NY.
Florida Service Group is removing material from a power plant in Florida.
We’re proud of Florida Service Group and their commitment to staying safe through additional OSHA and First Aid training. Last week, they practiced performing the critical skills needed to respond to and manage an emergency until emergency medical help arrives.
Kirk Roberts, Randy Cordrey, George Palenzuela and Harry Fritz
U.S. Submergent Technologies sponsored — and WON! — the first annual Miami-Dade Water and Sewer Employees Golf Challenge benefiting Making Strides Against Breast Cancer. The event raised $11,400. Way to go, guys!
“Here it is! It’s no big deal.”
This affectionately named dingy was uncovered at a treatment plant near Panama City, FL. We’re such big “Caddyshack” fans, we didn’t think it was fair not to share.
Treatment Plant Operator recently published an article featuring our Combination³® trucks and capabilities. Click the image below to read about our new Model 934 Truck!
We made it to the great FRWA conference and back!
Our U.S. Submergent Technologies team just returned from exhibiting at the Florida Rural Water Association Annual Conference, at the Hilton Daytona Beach. We made so many new friends and were excited to share our capabilities with everyone. We also heard some great comments from directors at wastewater treatment plants where we have performed work in the past. Thanks to all of you for such a great conference!
Why I work safe: For my family and loved ones. I want to return home at the end of my work day the same way I left in the morning.
Safety has been a priority: Ever since I can remember.
What piqued my interest in safety: An incident that happened many years ago. My supervisor at the time had built a scaffold that I felt was unsafe. I refused to get on it and he fired me on the spot. Since then I have been interested in workplace safety.
Number of safety manuals I own: Five.
My top 5 safety tips are to be cautious while: 1. Be cautious when getting on/off equipment; 2. Look forward, behind, left and right before equipment or vehicle backing; 3. Check carefully for overhead or buried obstructions; 4. Take notice of an overcrowded work area; 5. Ensure Lock out/Tag out procedures are followed.
My safety motto: If safety is “common sense,” then we would not need trainers, training programs, safety officers, OSHA, etc…
Interesting safety fact: Florida is rated among the top 5 in the nation for employees in the construction industry.