CULLMAN, Ala. – REHAU Cullman once again partnered with Cullman County Schools to increase awareness of health and safety in the workplace. Every year, REHAU organizes a poster contest that not only recognizes students, but also serves as a way to promote safety in the workplace.
“The different posters help show company employees how to prevent accidents, illness and injuries while reducing environmental toxins and spillage,” said Grace Ard, human resources coordinator for REHAU Cullman. “Thank you to all the students for their hard work.”
The winners this year are Good Hope Elementary School third grader Alexandria Spicer, who won first place and Hanceville Elementary School third grader Zayne Erklenz, who won second place. Each winner received an individual cash prize along with funds to support their teacher’s classroom, plus a pizza party.
Cullman County Schools would like to thank Mike Mullaney, Grace Ard and the REHAU team for partnering on this project.