Friends and family gathered at our corporate headquarters for PRIME’s 25th anniversary celebration.
Our team had a great time supporting the 5th annual Chippin’ In for St. Jude Golf Tournament at Greystone Golf & Country Club. All proceeds from the day benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
PRIME Reps, Angie Hickok and John Ieyoub attended the Gulf Coast Industrial Group Breakfast. Jim Rock from Lotte Chemical was the guest speaker and delivered an informative presentation on the I-10 Task Force.
PRIME Reps, Christian Brugman and Nikolas Michel attended the LOGA 2019 Annual Meeting from March 20 – March 22nd in Lake Charles. Over 300 people participated in the conference and were able to learn from multiple speakers from across the oil & gas industry, political spectrum and state offices as well as attend mixers on both the first and second night of the conference.
Baton Rouge, La. – PRIME Occupational Medicine is pleased to announce it has entered into a strategic alliance with International SOS, the world’s largest medical and security risk management company.
New Federal Custody & Control Forms must be used after June 30, 2018
Dear Clients:Please note that according to the Department of Transportation, “After June 30, 2018, you are required to use the newly revised Federal CCF.”
You know that older workers bring skills, experience, and a respect for the rules to the workplace. But what about the driving? According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), “older drivers are more likely than their younger counterparts to adopt safe behaviors such as wearing a seatbelt and complying with speed limits.” However, NIOSH says those 55 and above are twice as likely to die in a work-related crash than other workers.