Posted: Friday, September 13, 2013

Four Schools Recognized for Safety Initiatives

Four Greenville County Schools have been recognized for their exemplary efforts to maintain safe work environments and support their employees’ safe work practices. They are Carolina High and Academy, Blue Ridge Middle School, Oakview Elementary School, and Summit Drive Elementary School.

The schools were evaluated on defined safety protocols for students, staff and visitors; employee accident prevention; active participation in safety training; and custodial and food service inspections.

Each school received a banner and a check for $500. Funding for the awards program was provided by PMA Companies, WorkWell Occupational Health (Bon Secours St. Francis Health System), Center for Health and Occupational Services (Greenville Health System), Carolina Case Management, Horton, Drawdy, Ward, Mullinax, and Farry P.A., and Wilson, Jones, Carter, & Baxley, P.A.

Greg Crowe, Bon Secours St. Francis Health System with Principal Becky GreeneJane Huff, PMA Companies with Principal Michael DelaneyKara Faust, Carolina Case Management, with Principal Phillip ReavisSharon Ellis, Greenville Health System with Principal Megan Mitchell-Hoefer


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