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Sack Co.: 1 million hours and counting
The Bulloch company has gone 1 million hours without a lost time injury
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Workers with the Sack Company are pictured. - photo by Special

        H.A. Sack Co., Inc. just celebrated going more than one million hours without a lost time injury.
        As of July 8, the company had a total of 1,018,451 hours logged without injury.
        According to Safety Director and Business Development representative, Dan Ver Beek, H.A. Sack Co., puts safety first, and with the effort and determination of each employee, the record was reached and the next goal already in place.
        "This is a great accomplishment," Ver Beek said. "We are very blessed with a hardworking team and everyone at Sack played a role in getting us to this point."
        H.A. Sack president Paul Roesel said: "I am immensely proud of each team member for their diligence in making safety a top priority while carrying out responsibilities, for their commitment to making our company successful and a nationally recognized and respected organization, and for their continued efforts to win the friendship and respect of our customers.I also want to applaud Dan Ver Beek for his commitment, dedication, determination and leadership in helping us reach this milestone."
        In business since 1945 operating as The Sack Company, the company employs ore than 300 people and is a top 10 employer in Bulloch County. With offices in Statesboro, Augusta, Dublin, Savannah and Marietta, H.A. Sack Co., Inc. is one of the largest mechanical, electrical, plumbing, millwright, rigging and equipment relocation/installation companies in the southeast.
        To find out more about H.A. Sack Co., go to hasack.com.

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