Colorado Livestock Association recognized with safety award
GREELEY – The Colorado Livestock Association based in Greeley was a recipient of the Pinnacol Assurance Circle of Safety Award last month and was recognized – along with others who earned the honor – on Oct. 1 at halftime of the University of Colorado’s football game.
Pinnacol Assurance, which is one of Colorado’s leading workers’ compensation insurers, has given the award for four years, with the Colorado Livestock Association having earned the honor three consecutive years. Pinnacol Assurance uses nine criteria areas to recognize companies that display “exceptional performance in safety, loss prevention, financial and claims management.”
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