Thu, 08 Sep 2022 09:50:09 GMT
The skilled work of the trades builds the world around us, but without professionals who make safety their calling, this would not be possible. Safety professionals work relentlessly to keep employees free of risk and harm day after day. Workers and their families depend on them for their well-being and to protect them from accidents and even fatalities. Red Wing Shoe Company, which has outfitted workers with safety gear for over 117 years, is committed to honouring these professionals. Its ‘For Work That Moves The World’ initiative shares the stories of safety professionals and their contribution to the operations and advancement of our nation.
“Safety professionals enable constant achievements in infrastructure and manufacturing, and this critical work that keeps the world moving isn’t always recognised,” said Tito Warren, president of global industrial sales and operations at Red Wing Shoe Company. “We want to celebrate these everyday heroes who work tirelessly to keep trades workers safe on the job. We would like to thank all safety professionals and encourage all companies, employees and their families to do the same.”
‘For Work That Moves the World’ shares the stories of safety professionals like these who protect, defend and empower the work of the trades:
Safety professionals are committed to sending workers home safely and championing organisations that embrace workplace safety as a company value, which has made a significant impact, including:
Red Wing Shoe Company is celebrating the safety heroes who make the world around us run. All safety professionals are invited to share their stories – from their own experience in the industry or about someone they’ve worked with who has made a difference in safety – for the chance to be featured as part of the ‘For Work That Moves The World’ initiative. Workers can submit their stories for consideration here.view more - Creative
Genres: Storytelling, People
Categories: Shoes, Clothing and FashionCarmichael Lynch, Thu, 08 Sep 2022 09:50:09 GMT