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NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul receives Safety Award from the Crane Rental Association of Canada
JUNE 12, 2018
Edmonton — NCSG Crane & Heavy Haul has received the 2017 Safety Award from the Crane Rental Association of Canada for its high standards in safety and security.
During the Annual General Meeting of the Crane Rental Association of Canada held in Winnipeg the first Safety Awards were presented to a select group of crane rental companies with the best safety records in Canada. This new initiative of the association is to promote and celebrate safety in the Canadian crane industry.
“NCSG is thrilled to accept this award on behalf of our employees who by their diligence in identifying and mitigating hazards in the workplace have given us industry leading safety performance,” said Ted Redmond, CEO of NCSG “This award also proves out the significant investment that NCSG has made in our Safety Assurance SystemTM to help our management and front line workers work safely and systematically track corrective actions and compliance with our policies.”
The Crane Rental Association of Canada’s members are crane rental companies, manufacturers and suppliers of cranes and equipment, and supplier of service used in the specialty crane rental business in Canada.
NCSG is well-positioned to be your lifting and specialized transportation solutions provider of choice throughout western North America. We offer over 400 mobile cranes of up to 1,350 ton capacity, 400+ conventional trailers, 300+ lines of hydraulic platform trailers, as well as SPMT’s, hydraulic gantry systems, module weighing systems, and Jack-and-Slide capabilities. NCSG has 26 locations to service customers stretching from the Arctic Circle of northern Canada all the way down to the United States Gulf Coast. NCSG provides crane and heavy haul services to various industries such as oil & gas, utilities, forestry, mining and wind energy.
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