THANK YOU BOB H. FOR YOUR SERVICE TO WAZEE.
Join us in congratulating Bob H. on his retirement after nearly 24 years with Wazee Electric. Bob spent many years in the field not only on motors but on crane upgrades, electrical jobs and tough installations. In 2006 he helped EnCana design a way to roll in/out their 7500hp motors for maintenance as well as install the motors as the Middle Fork site was constructed in 2005. In 2010 he made the transition into a customer service/ sales role. Bob has earned the title of 'motor whisperer' and can sometimes diagnose a motor issue just by putting his hands on the unit and listening. Bob and his replacement are in the process of working on the 'hand-off' process. Larry T Jr. comes to us with 20 years of experience in the motor field.
WELCOME GAYLON POWELL.
Gaylon Powell joins us as the VP of Crane, assuming the role previously held by Jim Andrews. Gaylon has spent many years in the overhead crane business in both management and sales roles. He has a deep understanding of what it takes to be a leader, teacher and motivator while focusing on employee chemistry and retention. Gaylon looks forward to strengthening an already strong company into a Powerhouse within the Crane industry. His goal is to build a team that shares his passion and drive to be the best they can be. Welcome aboard Gaylon!
THANK YOU GARY W. FOR YOUR SERVICE TO WAZEE.
Gary W. is also retiring this month. Gary is leaving Wazee Crane after almost 7 years with the company. In his role as salesman he made many strong relationships with a variety of customers and vendors. Gary and his family plan to relocate to the warm weather of Florida. Join us in thanking him for his dedication to our team.
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AVOIDING TRIP HAZARDS IN THE WORKPLACE
Even small items can cause a fall. Be aware of your surroundings, and do your part to keep workspace clear of tripping hazards.
When entering a building, clean your footwear thoroughly. A doormat at each entrance is also advised.
Beware of tripping hazards like trash, unused materials, or objects life in an aisle.
Be careful when using cords, don’t lay them across footpaths and use tape to firmly tape them to the ground.
See a spill? Clean it up!
Concentrate on where you’re walking and hold
on to any handrails as you go up or down stairs.