COLUMBUS — Forty-nine area employers were recognized by Gov. Mike DeWine and the Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation for going one year without reporting any workplace injuries or illnesses that “kept workers away from work for more than a day,” according to the Bureau of Workers Compensation.
Those employers include Adriel, Inc., Allen County Council on Aging, American Trim, OCP, Allen County Regional Transit Authority, Allied Environmental Services, Inc.,
Area Agency on Aging 3, Bluffton University, BRP Manufacturing Company, Budde Sheet Metal Works, Inc., Comfort Keepers, Custom Staffing Lima, Custom Staffing-Wapakoneta, Degen Excavating Co., Inc., Fort Amanda Specialties LLC, Frost Roofing Inc., Guardian, Lima, Habitat for Humanity, HCF Management, Inc., Hoffman Analytic Services, Inc. Alloway, Hydrofresh LTD, INEOS Lima Chemicals, Innocor Foam Techologies, Interdyne Corp., International Tank Service, Inc., Jacobs Industrial Services, Kahle Electric Inc., Krendl Machine Co., LaKing Trucking Inc.,, Lima Millwork, Lima Sheet Metal, Lost Creek Healthcare & Rehabilitation, M & W Construction, Manpower, McBride Brothers, Inc., R. A. Flynn & Son, Inc., R.D. Jones Excavating, Inc., Smith-Boughan, Inc., Sparta Electric Inc., Spencerville Local Schools, T & D Interiors, Inc., Thermal Technology, Toledo Mechanical Insulation (Lima), Trisco Systems, Inc., Tuttle Construction, Inc., Warehouse Associates, LP, Wright Distribution Center, Wright Logistics, Wright Pallet, Inc., Wright Refuse Inc.