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  • Energy Air Passes 60 Day Mark with 99,892 Man Hours and Zero Injuries

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    The company launched a ‘zero accident’ approach in 2010 and continues to implement innovative and fun methods to reinforce the safety culture.

    “We have one of the strongest safety programs in the industry,” said David Kulp, executive vice president of Energy Air. “By creating a safety culture and making it interesting, we are able to get buy-in from everyone.”

    Since the launch of its zero accident goal, the company has implemented several new programs. The company’s experience modification rate, a formula used by insurance companies to determine risk based on a company’s history, is currently at a .71. This number has been decreasing each year, and the company’s goal is to reduce the rate to .50.

    According to Kulp, consistency is key. “We have a very heavy focus on safety,” said Kulp. “From an in-house safety and training program to a safety committee to safety events to our annual jackpot, just to name a few, the safety message is constantly in the forefront.”

    Of the many programs, Energy Air is hosting its second annual ‘Safety Roundup’ on Thursday, April 22nd, 2010 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at its Orlando office at 5401 Energy Air Court in Orlando.

    More than 200 attendees are expected to visit the more than 10 stations the company will have set up. Among the stations will be a complete mock job site used for employees to identify various hazards and risks. The purpose is to simulate a real-life job site and demonstrate some of the potential risks and dangers on the job.

    Energy Air’s mission is to be the leader of the HVAC industry through professionalism, knowledge, superior performance, outstanding service to its customers and a commitment to employee development to better serve the community.

    Energy Air, Inc. has offices in Orlando and Tampa and offers commercial HVAC services throughout Florida in the following market segments: Education, Healthcare, Multi-Family/Mixed-Use, Religious, Retail, Office, Hospitality/Entertainment and Industrial. The company’s residential division works with builders on planned communities, custom homes, town homes and multi-family complexes and with homeowners for service/repair, replacement, system enhancement and planned maintenance.

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    For additional information contact: Kati Trisler, Director of Marketing at 407-781-1758

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