Bennett & BOSS Receive 4 Safety Awards at 2018 SC&RA Conference

by | May 1, 2018 | News

(MCDONOUGH, GA., April 30, 2018) –Bennett International Group is pleased to announce that BOSS Crane & Rigging has received both the 2018 Transportation Fleet Safety Award and the 2018 Transportation Fleet Safety Award for Zero Accidents from the Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA) at its Annual Conference in Boca Raton, Fl. on April 21, 2018. Additionally, Bennett Motor Express received the Transportation Fleet Safety Improvement Award and was recognized as the Transportation Fleet Safety Winner in the 50 Million to 100 Million Miles Category.

The  SC&RA is an international organization comprised of more than 1,350 members from 46 nations. Firms across the United States and around the world submit dozens of entries to the SC&RA Awards competition each year. The Awards program recognizes worldwide excellence in the crane, rigging and specialized transportation industry.

Bennett Motor Express demonstrated a reduction in their accident frequency rate for miles traveled compared to their previous year accident frequency rate. Both Bennett and BOSS Crane & Rigging have consistently proven themselves to be industry leaders for stellar safety practices.

 

“We are honored to be recognized by our peers for our continuous commitment to safety and advancing our goal of no accidents every day. It is important for our customers and future employees to know we hold high standards. We value the SC&RA for holding us accountable to safety and motivating us to develop innovative programs to stay at the forefront of the issue,” said David Cowley, president of BOSS Crane & Rigging.

Paul Molnar, Vice President of Safety of Bennett is responsible for growing the company’s safety culture. “We’re grateful to receive recognition for our ongoing commitment to making safety and compliance priority one. As one of the safest, most responsible carriers in the industry, we continuously strive to cultivate a safety culture which consistently meets and exceeds regulatory compliance standards.”

Bennett International Group’s family of businesses have won several safety awards collectively over the years. We are honored to receive recognition for our ongoing commitment to making safety and compliance a top priority. As one of the safest, most responsible carriers in the industry, we continuously strive to cultivate a safety culture that consistently meets and exceeds regulatory compliance standards.

About SC&RA 

The Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association (SC&RA) is an international trade association of more than 1,350 members from 46 nations. Our members are involved in specialized transportation, crane and rigging operations, machinery moving and erecting, industrial maintenance, millwrighting, manufacturing, and rental services. SC&RA helps members run more efficient and safer businesses by monitoring and affecting pending legislation and regulatory policies at the state and national levels; researching and reporting on safety concerns and best business practices; and provides five yearly forums to advance these and other relevant member issues. For more information, visit scranet.org.

About BOSS Crane & Rigging

BOSS Crane & Rigging is committed to providing the best in crane, rigging and on-site services in the industry. Guided by our 12 core values and supported by an experienced crane, rigging and management team BOSS is ready and eager to support your needs – 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. We are a crane and rigging company based in Longview, TX serving a regional base of customers. Our team of experts has extensive working knowledge within plants and worksites including commercial and civil construction sites, oil and gas, wind energy, petrochemical, mining and much more.

About Bennett Motor Express 

Founded in 1974, Bennett Motor Express, LLC (BME) is the largest of eight operating companies within McDonough, GA. – based Bennett International Group, LLC. Specializing in hauling heavy, over-dimensional and unusual freight, BME has transported some of the largest pieces of equipment ever moved on the open road.