All employees should be trained to recognize the signs and symptoms of winter health conditions. If they know what to look for, they will know when to get help. Also, managers should monitor employees, especially those at risk for cold … Continued
Congratulations on your December work anniversary! Thank you for all you do for COP! Joshua Eaton – 3 years Landon Herbertson – 6 years Donald Kuper – 7 years Jared Nessler – 6 yearsSteve Niles – 2 years Andrew Weber – 6 … Continued
Have a happy, healthy, and safe Thanksgiving.
The monthly core value for November is TEAMWORK.
Just a bit of fun for Friday! Tamara Clay and Jan Bramble aka “the chicken ladies” got aprons from Haley Verhasselt (crafted by her mom) to up their egg game!
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On a typical day, more than 700 people are injured in distracted driving crashes. Talking on a cell phone – even hands-free – or texting or programming an in-vehicle infotainment system diverts your attention away from driving. Keep yourself and … Continued