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IMOCO has been closely monitoring the complex and rapidly evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) situation. We are following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) to ensure we are making consistent, fact-based decisions about our activities and operations.

The Federal Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers to provide safety training for every worker before they begin their job. The employer is then required to continue this education with periodic safety training updates. At IMOCO, we value the safety of our employees above all else and offer our staff regular education and training so they can work safely while delivering the highest level of service to our clients. Another aspect of continued education is to provide every member of our team with an understanding of our safety program so they can contribute to its development and daily implementation.  

 

We all know that preventative maintenance in an industrial or manufacturing setting is truly a critical and necessary process. However, maintenance teams often consider preventative maintenance to be the routine maintenance completed to keep equipment running. Ideally, regularly performed preventative maintenance on a piece of equipment reduces the likelihood of failure and unplanned downtime for manufacturing. An asset with a time-based preventative maintenance program schedule means that time is the maintenance trigger and this would be planned maintenance scheduled in advance.

That’s right, it’s January - time for starting the year fresh, setting resolutions, and planning goals for the coming year. Why should running a manufacturing or industrial facility be any different? Why shouldn’t we establish plans for improvement for our physical plant just like we would set goals for revenue and capital expenditures?

With the new year on the horizon, IMOCO Inc. will be experiencing a shift that will lend itself to positive growth and change! Rodney Pressley, who worked for the corporation since 1987 and then purchased it from Charles Collins in 2006, is now passing the torch on to his son-in-law, Geoff Bagwell. He is proud of what the company has collectively accomplished over the last 13 years, including acquiring property and ultimately building the framework and buildings that create the strong company as it is known today.