BRAVO! Group Services announced that the Building Service Contractors Association International (BSCAI) has awarded BRAVO! the 2011 BSCAI Safety Award for large employers. This award represents the industry's highest Safety Award and it is BRAVO!’s second award in the past 3 years.

The BSCAI award is a representation of our continued commitment to the safety of our employees and customers. Since the company inception, we have invested in the development of an effective and comprehensive training program tailored to meet our business and customer’s needs. As part of our continued effort to enhance and improve BRAVO! safety training program, we have partnered with our insurance company providers and suppliers to assist in the education of our staff through site visitations and introduction of new technology and environmentally preferable products that would help each member of our team perform safely and efficiently. After winning the 2010 BSCAI Safety Award we launched our new employee recognition program - “SAFETY STAR”- to further acknowledge and reward our 3500 hard working employees and managers. 2011 marked the grand opening of our new state of the art training facility that enhances our ability to develop and customize site specific training via video conferencing, webinars and hand on classroom instruction.

Ms. Kathy Trivino, BRAVO!'s Director of Safety & Training noted "Safety is a collaborated effort and the most effective results can be achieved when people realize the importance of teamwork. It’s our team of front line employees, supervisors, managers, and suppliers that make our safety program a success, not only from an organizational point of
view, but as a way to serve our clients better. It’s our team who makes our safety program a reality and not a set of rules compiled in a binder. Winning the 2011 BSCAI Safety Award is a confirmation of our team’s commitment to safety, one of our core competencies. We recognize and thank each one of them for their commitment and active engagement in our safety initiatives.”