USIC was happy and proud to receive a Facebook message from a Nebraska resident regarding a recent incident in which a USIC locate technician, Aldo, owned Safety for the community. Ann, a driver who witnessed the incident near Q Street at 99th in Omaha, wrote:
"...A blind man, with his cane, walked out into traffic. One of your employees ran out into the street and pulled the man to the safety of the sidewalk..."
She went on to describe being so shaken by the event that she had to stop her car before returning safely to her errand. Moved by what had transpired, she quickly returned to the scene to find and thank Aldo, who was still working in the area.
USIC technicians are challenged daily to implement safety in three key areas: Infrastructure, Our Communities, & Ourselves. They positively impact their work environments, by design, but it often goes unnoticed outside of our organization. We join Ann in acknowledging Aldo's efforts to keep his community safe and appreciate her sharing her experience with us.
Our field technicians don't just work in your community - they live there, too. They have a shared interest overall safety and well-being. If you catch a USIC field technician doing something great in your neighborhood, we would love to hear about it! Share your experiences with us via Facebook or email our marketing team at USICMarketing@usicllc.com, so we can give our technicians the recognition they deserve for the impact they make.