Mandros awarded for Exceptional practices at 2016 wyoming safety and workforce summit
The Wyoming Department of Workforce Services (DWS) and its partners have awarded Mandros Painting with the Wyoming Governor’s Safety Award, recognizing Mandros as an outstanding employer in the field of workforce safety.
Every year, the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services, the Wyoming Development Council and the Wyoming Oil and Gas Industry Safety Alliance (WOGISA) present awards to Wyoming employers who’ve upheld exceptionally high standards of safety in the workplace. Terry Adcock, Wyoming state mine inspector, presented the Governor’s Safety Award Certificates at the 2016 Wyoming Safety and Workforce Summit. “I’ve been working with Mandros since they started,” Adcock said. “I’ts been great to watch them develop, and to present them with this award.”
The Governor’s Safety Award is presented to companies who contribute to a strong safety culture in all aspects of the Wyoming industry, from mining to construction and refining, along with arange of other fields. Mandros has been awarded in the category of Mine-Site Contractor, SmallEmployer.
“We take pride in the fact that we want our workers to come home safe,” said Wyoming Governor Matt Mead. “That’s what I see in this group of winners.”
Mandros Painting has worked as a contractor in the Rocky Mountain region since 1965. This family owned a operated company provides industrial painting and coating, sandblasting and hydro-blasting, industrial vacuuming, and a variety of related services. Serving a diverse range of small and large clients, Mandros has proved its commitment to safety for more than 50 years.
I’m proud of the improvements we have made and I’m excited for the future. We have a team that works hard to do the best we can and the results are starting to show from our years of hard work and dedication. Our safety department has the support and guidance to set us up as an industry leader for safety.