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PRINTING United Alliance Announces Safety Recognition Program Award Recipients

Twenty member companies are being recognized and celebrated for their dedication to safety throughout the past year.




PRINTING United Alliance Announces Safety Recognition Program Award Recipients

(PRESS RELEASE) FAIRFAX, VA — PRINTING United Alliance today announced the recipients of its annual Safety Recognition Program Award for safety efforts put into place throughout 2020. This annual program recognizes member companies that achieved excellence in safety through the implementation of significant safety initiatives. Participants must complete certain actions to earn points and are recognized with this special award for year-round safety efforts which include: the creation or modification of a dedicated safety training program for new employees, extensive employee safety training, new safety policy implementation, and more.

The PRINTING United Alliance Safety Recognition Program Award recipients for 2020 initiatives are as follows:

First place: Image Options
Second place: Signcraft Screenprint
Third place: BindTech

• Acchroma a VGU Industries Company
• ADI Displays
• Albert Basse Associates Inc.
• Ampco Manufacturers Inc.
• Auto Trim Design Inc.
• Beacon Promotions A Hub Pen Company
• Federal Health
• Gillespie Graphics
• Global Products Inc.
• Graphic Ad Ltd.
• Graphics Output
• Horizons Inc.
• LEM Products Inc.
• Signature Graphix & Signs
• Stahls’ Transfer Express
• Tapecon Inc.
• TouchMark a division of Delphon Industries

“Today we are pleased to honor those PRINTING United Alliance member companies that took their safety programs to the next level,” said Marci Kinter, Vice President, Government & Regulatory Affairs, PRINTING United Alliance. “Health and safety are of critical importance in business operations every day, but even more so amid the COVID-19 pandemic. We celebrate these companies that are making a difference and keeping their employees and their operations as safe as possible. We look forward to seeing how these companies continue to raise the bar in 2021.”

To learn more about this program, or other exclusive member programs and initiatives for your business, visit:




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