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Public Works conducts second annual safety workshop

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BATH —  Steuben County Public Works and Buildings and Grounds employees gathered recently for the department’s second annual Safety Day, held at the Bath Country Club

The event reached 130 employees and included a presentation on various  employee safety topics by PERMA along with a presentation by motivational Speaker Wylie Davidson. 

The day is a part of county Public Works Commissioner Eric Rose’s efforts to promote a safe work environment.

“Safety is our top priority,” Rose said.

The Steuben County Department of Public Works, with the efforts of the Risk Management Team at PERMA was awarded the “2023 Work Zone Equipment Package” in July by the New York State Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee.

The award through the Cornell Local Roads Program and valued at $1,900, included vests, hard hats, whistles, stop-slow paddles, roll up signs, sign stands, and cones.

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