For Immediate Release
Contact: Lisa Schaumann
NALP Launches New Safe Company Program
Herndon, Va., February 1, 2017 - The National Association of Landscape Professionals has recently revamped their signature national safety program for landscape and lawn care companies. The new program, called the Safe Company Program, helps companies lower their total costs by reducing hazards and injuries.
Participants of the program are asked to sign a Safe Company Pledge that commits their company to implementing a strong safety program. The program includes:
- A recently updated comprehensive and customizable electronic Safe Company Program Manual (English & Spanish)
- An electronic copy of the Safety Benchmarking Report
- An electronic copy of the Safety Tailgate Training Manual
- Complimentary entry to the NALP Safety Recognition Awards for the first year of participation
- Recognition as a Safe Company Participant on the NALP website
- Use of a Safe Company logo and press release template
The national program is designed to acknowledge landscape industry professionals who consistently demonstrate their commitment to safety. All landscape industry companies and branches are also eligible to enter NALP’s Safety Recognition Awards.
The Safe Company Program materials are valued at $500. NALP members can join the program for $100 and the price for non-members is $250, which includes entry into the Safety Recognition Awards in the first year.
For more information, visit www.landscapeprofessionals.org, email email@example.com or call the NALP office at 800-395-2522.
The National Association of Landscape Professionals represents an industry of nearly 1 million landscape, lawn care, irrigation and tree care experts who create and maintain green spaces for the benefit of society and the environment. The association works with law makers and the public to protect and grow the industry and offers education, networking, training and certification programs that increase the professionalism in the industry and inspire its members to excellence. For more information, visit www.landscapeprofessionals.org.