Tuesday, December 6, 2016

2016 Volunteer Safety Training Incentive Catalogs - In The Mail!

Good morning to all I.D.I. employees,

Just letting everyone know that our 2016 Volunteer Safety Training Incentive Program catalogs went out in the mail yesterday on 12/5/16.  Everyone who participated in the incentive program should be receiving a catalog in the mail over the next few days.  If you do not receive a catalog, that would mean that you did not participate in the volunteer safety training incentive program by attending a volunteer quarterly safety meeting in 2016.

The mailer that you will be receiving includes a letter that advises of your point total with instructions on how to redeem your points.  It also includes the 2016 catalog and order form.

The instructions advise to return the completed order form to our Safety Director, Peter Graham, by the end of the day on Thursday, 12/15/16.  You can take a clear picture of the order form and e-mail it to pgraham@4idi.com.  You can also fax it to (847) 526-7444 or you can mail it to our office at 28059 W. Commercial Ave., Barrington, IL. 60010 to the attention of Peter Graham.

Please remember that the incentive points cannot be carried over to the next year so use all of the points you can up to the amount of your point total that is on the letter that you will be receiving.  If you feel there are any discrepancies with your point total, please contact our Safety Director, Peter Graham.

We want to thank everyone who participated in this program as your volunteer attendance at our quarterly safety meetings is what helps us to create a safe work environment that enables all of our employees to go home to their loved ones in the same condition as they arrived at work.

Lastly, this year, all adult T-shirts will have our safety mission statement printed on the back side. "Everyone goes home alive and in the same condition as they arrived; your loved ones count on it!"

Again, thank you to all of you who attended our volunteer quarterly safety meetings!  You are what creates a positive safety culture.

Have a Safe Day!