BUREAU OF WORKERS COMP AWARDS SAFETY GRANTS

The Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation has distributed over 1.5 million dollars in workplace grants to enhance safety around the state.

In northwest Ohio, the village of Ottawa received about $27,000 for a scissor lift, an electric mast crane, and hydraulic post pounder.

                   Several grants were awarded in Williams County, including nearly $14,000 for the city of Bryan for a battery-powered aircraft drone with remote control, to evaluate response and rescue scenes.

                    $24,000 was awarded to Pahl  Ready Mix Concrete to purchase five pallets of aluminum chutes.

And Woolace Electric receives $16,400 to purchase a 26-foot scissor lift, along with a 19-foot lift, to aid in wire installation.

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