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Employees of East Liverpool’s refuse and recycling department got called into the boss’ office Monday, and they went with trepidation, thinking they were in trouble. But they got fooled. Service-Safety Director Brian Allen presented the workers with new winter jackets recognizing them for working more than 70,000 man hours without a work-related injury, which equates to more than three years. “Traditionally, refuse and recycling is one of the departments with the most injuries, usually far surpassing other departments,” Allen noted, saying the workers are being more careful and taking more precautions, leading to a safer work place. He called it a “huge accomplishment” by the employees.The jackets were purchased from Campbell’s Signs & Apparel using some of the savings realized by the department in Worker’s Compensation claims. Front, from left: Stephan Johnson, Kaleb Tallent, Gary Moore, Ryan Blake; (Rear, from left): Samuel Adams, Jeremy Green, Bradley Moffett, Raymond Weyand and Rande Rudibaugh.

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