Missouri shop earns two AWI safety awards

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Cohen Architectural Woodworking of Saint James, Mo., has received two awards for outstanding workplace safety from the Architectural Woodworking Institute.

Cohen was recognized for the Safety Improvement Recognition Award for Manufacturers, awarded to companies who reach more than 100,000 hours of maintaining a safe workplace. The firm was also acknowledged with the 2017 Zero Lost Time Accident Achievement for Manufacturers Award for reaching more than 100,000 work hours without a safety incident.

“These awards are a great testament to the owners, managers and staff who consistently make safety a top priority at Cohen Architectural Woodworking,” founder and president Phillip Cohen said in a statement. “Our team includes a full-time safety director and everyone is dedicated to not only manufacturing the finest in custom millwork and cabinetry products nationwide but to do so in an environment that is safe for all our employees. We are proud to have received this special recognition.”

For more company information, visit http://cohenwoodworking.com.

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