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June Is National Safety Month


National Safety Council

Perry, Okla., June 7, 2018 – The National Safety Council (NSC) has designated June as National Safety Month. The NSC, along with thousands of safety-minded organizations across the country, observe National Safety Month every June to raise awareness of what it takes to make sure “No 1 Gets Hurt.” Throughout the month, the NSC will provide materials focused on emergency preparedness, wellness, falls and driving.

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Perry, Okla., June 7, 2018 – The National Safety Council (NSC) has designated June as National Safety Month. The NSC, along with thousands of safety-minded organizations across the country, observe National Safety Month every June to raise awareness of what it takes to make sure “No 1 Gets Hurt.” Throughout the month, the NSC will provide materials focused on emergency preparedness, wellness, falls and driving.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 5,190 people—more than 14 a day—died while doing their jobs in 2016. That’s just one reason the NSC is asking everyone to think of one change they can make to improve safety this June. Working together, the NSC and concerned organizations will launch a comprehensive public education campaign aimed at reducing the needless deaths. Throughout the month, topics will cover not only safety tips that can be utilized at work, but tips and information that can improve safety practices for families at home and at play as well.

“The NSC’s campaign doesn’t cover safety in the underground construction industry,” said John Lamerton, Director of Product Management for Subsite® Electronics, a Charles Machine Works Company. “But we fully support the NSC’s efforts. Our company is a pioneer in technology designed to help keep workers safe. Our Underground Awareness® solutions provide information that is absolutely vital to jobsite safety. And we applaud any efforts to spread a safety message, no matter what industry.”

Visit http://www.nsc.org for more information about National Safety Month and to download free materials you can use to help spread the word. For more information on utility locators and other Underground Awareness products from Subsite® Electronics, visit www.subsite.com or any of our social media channels – Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube. You can contact us at info@subsite.com or 800-846-2713.

American Augers, Ditch Witch, DW/TXS, HammerHead, MTI, Radius, Subsite and Trencor are trademarks of The Charles Machine Works Inc.


Subsite® Electronics

Subsite® Electronics, a Charles Machine Works Company, is committed to providing underground construction professionals the most comprehensive suite of electronic products in the industry, including utility locators, Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) guidance equipment and equipment machine controls.  By utilizing innovative technologies, extensive market feedback and outstanding customer support, Subsite Electronics has established itself as the premier source of electronic technology to support the installation or maintenance of underground pipe and cable.

For more information on Subsite Electronics, visit www.subsite.com or any of our social media channels -- Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube.  You can contact us at info@subsite.com or 800-846-2713. 


Charles Machine Works

Established in 1902, Charles Machine Works, an employee-owned company, founded in Perry, Oklahoma, is the only manufacturer and global distributor that solely exists to make underground utility construction profitable. Our family of companies include Ditch Witch®, Subsite® Electronics, DW/TXS®, HammerHead®, Radius® HDD, American Augers®, Trencor® and MTI® Equipment. For more information visit charlesmachine.works.  Ditch Witch, Subsite Electronics, DW/TXS, HammerHead, Radius HDD, American Augers, Trencor and MTI Equipment are trademarks of The Charles Machine Works, Inc.


Discover the newest, innovative electronic technologies and resources that help support the installation and maintenance of underground pipe and cable.

Stay connected with Subsite® – access news releases, job stories, upcoming events and more below. Visit our Flickr page for high-quality images, including Subsite logos and product photos. Download our company brochure for a snapshot of our company story.

For more information, or to schedule a media interview, please contact Jeri Lamerton, 580-572-3392 or jeri.lamerton@subsite.com.

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June Is National Safety Month


National Safety Council

Perry, Okla., June 7, 2018 – The National Safety Council (NSC) has designated June as National Safety Month. The NSC, along with thousands of safety-minded organizations across the country, observe National Safety Month every June to raise awareness of what it takes to make sure “No 1 Gets Hurt.” Throughout the month, the NSC will provide materials focused on emergency preparedness, wellness, falls and driving.

***

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Perry, Okla., June 7, 2018 – The National Safety Council (NSC) has designated June as National Safety Month. The NSC, along with thousands of safety-minded organizations across the country, observe National Safety Month every June to raise awareness of what it takes to make sure “No 1 Gets Hurt.” Throughout the month, the NSC will provide materials focused on emergency preparedness, wellness, falls and driving.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 5,190 people—more than 14 a day—died while doing their jobs in 2016. That’s just one reason the NSC is asking everyone to think of one change they can make to improve safety this June. Working together, the NSC and concerned organizations will launch a comprehensive public education campaign aimed at reducing the needless deaths. Throughout the month, topics will cover not only safety tips that can be utilized at work, but tips and information that can improve safety practices for families at home and at play as well.

“The NSC’s campaign doesn’t cover safety in the underground construction industry,” said John Lamerton, Director of Product Management for Subsite® Electronics, a Charles Machine Works Company. “But we fully support the NSC’s efforts. Our company is a pioneer in technology designed to help keep workers safe. Our Underground Awareness® solutions provide information that is absolutely vital to jobsite safety. And we applaud any efforts to spread a safety message, no matter what industry.”

Visit http://www.nsc.org for more information about National Safety Month and to download free materials you can use to help spread the word. For more information on utility locators and other Underground Awareness products from Subsite® Electronics, visit www.subsite.com or any of our social media channels – Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube. You can contact us at info@subsite.com or 800-846-2713.

American Augers, Ditch Witch, DW/TXS, HammerHead, MTI, Radius, Subsite and Trencor are trademarks of The Charles Machine Works Inc.


Subsite® Electronics

Subsite® Electronics, a Charles Machine Works Company, is committed to providing underground construction professionals the most comprehensive suite of electronic products in the industry, including utility locators, Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) guidance equipment and equipment machine controls.  By utilizing innovative technologies, extensive market feedback and outstanding customer support, Subsite Electronics has established itself as the premier source of electronic technology to support the installation or maintenance of underground pipe and cable.

For more information on Subsite Electronics, visit www.subsite.com or any of our social media channels -- Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and YouTube.  You can contact us at info@subsite.com or 800-846-2713. 


Charles Machine Works

Established in 1902, Charles Machine Works, an employee-owned company, founded in Perry, Oklahoma, is the only manufacturer and global distributor that solely exists to make underground utility construction profitable. Our family of companies include Ditch Witch®, Subsite® Electronics, DW/TXS®, HammerHead®, Radius® HDD, American Augers®, Trencor® and MTI® Equipment. For more information visit charlesmachine.works.  Ditch Witch, Subsite Electronics, DW/TXS, HammerHead, Radius HDD, American Augers, Trencor and MTI Equipment are trademarks of The Charles Machine Works, Inc.


Discover the newest, innovative electronic technologies and resources that help support the installation and maintenance of underground pipe and cable.

Stay connected with Subsite® – access news releases, job stories, upcoming events and more below. Visit our Flickr page for high-quality images, including Subsite logos and product photos. Download our company brochure for a snapshot of our company story.

For more information, or to schedule a media interview, please contact Jeri Lamerton, 580-572-3392 or jeri.lamerton@subsite.com.