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QPS Partners with Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC) Safety Training Evaluation Process (STEP)

ABC recognizes QPS’s commitment to safety on an annual basisQuality Plus Services (QPS) has been a partner with Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC) for over a decade. As part of this partnership QPS is a participant in ABC’s Safety Training Evaluation Process (STEP).  This process provides QPS the means to identify ways to improve their safety program allowing QPS to be a safety leader in the construction indutry.  ABC and QPS share the same core values on safety in the work place and are working together on a continuous improvement process to bring the latest, most effective resources, to QPS employees across the nation.

Our safety goals are realized by both strenghening the Safety Program, through providing professional safety management courses to our employees, and by site management working together to help make zero-incident jobsites a reality.

ABC recognizes QPS’s commitment to safety on an annual basis.  Since our partnership began back in 1998, QPS has received Bronze, Silver, Gold and Platinum awards through the years. The National Safety of Excellence award of Merit has been given to QPS for their role in their safety performance and safety program for their employees.

Quality Plus Services views our employees as the most valuable asset of our company.  Each employee is empowered to take immediate action to eliminate unsafe conditions in the workplace.

 

QPS Awarded Contract at GP Hosford Facility

Quality Plus Services was recently awarded a contract for interior renovations to the GP Hosford facility.  Improvements include upgrades to the conference room, shipping office and several other interior spaces.

 

QPS Provides Electrical Services at GP Resins

Quality Plus Services continues to provide consistent electrical services for the GP Resins facility located in the Carolinas.  Services include continuous support of the existing facilities while a variety of upgrades are scheduled to take place.  Improvement include the routing and grounding of new cable tray systems.