TVH is dedicated to creating a healthy and safe work environment for employees across the US. In order to ensure this goal is met across the country, TVH has established the Safety Committee to improve safety standards and expectations around the company.
Headed by Safety Manager, Nancy Strano in Olathe, KS, the committee is a group comprised of safety conscious employees around the US. Members range from entry level employees to supervisors from various departments, shifts, and locations. The Safety Committee was formed to give employees an open door to voice any safety related concerns they may have at the workplace. These members meet once a month to discuss topics and ideas, and work together to collaborate on improving the safety of TVH.
Members of the Safety Committee have already begun implementing plans for 2020. Plans include implementing improved communications to ensure employees across all remote locations are staying up to date with the latest and greatest in safety at TVH. They will even begin creating workshops to not only cover safety scenarios at work, but also at home. The goal is to address safety concerns you could face anywhere in life, whether it’s at home or work.
The representatives from each location are:
- Duncan, SC- Dorothy Ross
- Elizabethtown, PA- Beverly Williams
- Grayslake, IL- Cliff Janssen, John Elliot, Greg Whiteside, Patrick Statsney, Alisha Stone, Fannie Hooks, Sam Leonard, Chris Foy
- Miami, FL- Adam Tavss
- Mira Loma, CA- David Rosales
- Olathe, KS – Nancy Strano, Alex Beals , Christopher Paulsen, Dani Stuart, Dora Franco, Franciso Moreno, Garrett Deutenberg, Glenn Borchardt, Jackie Beers, James Libe, Jennifer Mehnert, Jim Hockett, John Smith, Karen Newman, Kyle Scheppers, Libby Wilson, Luke Rogers, Matthew Guth, Nancy Saucedo, Omar Camacho, Patrick Jardon, Russ Jensen, Terrance Williams , Terry Karrick, Trenton Moots, Troy Stewart
- Portland, OR- Terry Drake
- Shreveport, LA- Christopher Allen
The Safety Committee reinforces TVH’s commitment to the highest safety standards possible. Nancy said, “You often hear us say we want you to leave work in the exact same condition you arrived in, but we actually want people to leave work a little bit smarter and more prepared than when they arrived.”