October 10th Lifting Inside and Out Weekly Recap
Construction employer alert: OSHA is citing for fall hazards
Is This the Hardhat of the Future?
November Deadline from OSHA for Crane Operators Extended
Focusing on Safety is Green
Do You Have an Accident Prevention Plan?
What do fashion models and overhead cranes have in common?
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Feel good #mfg story of the day. Feels great to be part of building and rebuilding America http://t.co/xTc6lmVNrs via @timesrecorder
— Ace Industries, Inc. (@AceIndustries) October 6, 2014
Magnerica "Pinky" Malley was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005. Pinky worked diligently in Accounts Payable through her breast cancer diagnosis as well as the spread of the cancer to her brain. We watched in amazement as she continued to work through surgeries, chemotherapy and radiation. December 2012, Pinky succumbed to her cancer but her strength and positive outlook lives on at Ace Industries Inc.
Old school dancing, football and hard work are just a few of the things Pinky loved. Help us celebrate the life of our former Accounts Payable dynamo whose tenacity and strength is remembered and missed daily in our Norcross office. We hope to inspire you to push forward through life's challenges as we continue to persevere like Pinky.