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One of IMOCO's main services is heavy rigging—the moving of large industrial machinery in and out of facilities—which also requires complex electrical installations. And every company that does electrical contracting is required by state law to employ at least one "qualified individual," a licensed electrician who oversees and directs this type of daily work. As Project Manager for IMOCO, Norman Sexton can do it all. With over 30 years experience as a licensed electrician, as well as the expertise to oversee rigging projects and general industrial construction, Norman is one of the big reasons why IMOCO stays a head above the rest.
These top 10 most frequently cited safety violations have held their ranks in the top 10 for 4 years straight. Does this tell you what top 10 things that an OSHA Compliance Officer will be looking for at your facility?
IMOCO employs highly skilled professionals who are experts in their field. Ronnie Allison is one such expert. Allison is the Sheet Metal Shop Manager. He has been at IMOCO for 37 years, and in the field of Fabrication for 40.
IMOCO's certified trainer for OSHA10 and OSHA30, Bob Revels, commented on the importance IMOCO places on safety saying, “Since 2009, IMOCO has had zero lost time injuries. This is almost unheard of in the industry.”
Here is a safety mistake that happened at another company. Imoco takes safety very seriously and hates to hear of such an unfortunate event elsewhere:
OSHA recently cited and fined a Georgia company for $317,814 for:
IMOCO employs highly skilled professionals who are experts in their field. Shawn Brown is one such expert. Brown is an Optical Alignment Project Manager. He has 30 years of experience working in the construction field, and 20 working specifically with Optical Alignment technology. While this technology is extremely important for the precise installation of machinery that companies and individuals know they require, many don’t understand what Optical Alignment really is. That’s where Shawn comes into play.