IAP’s Steve Gaffney Comments on Safety Benchmark

IAP Worldwide Services’ team at Camp Taji, Iraq, project has completed 600 days and 5, 000, 000 hours without a lost-time injury.

“Protecting the health and safety of our employees and the environment is an uncompromising initiative of our Company, ” said Steve Gaffney, IAP CEO and chairman of the board. “Everyone is held responsible for their support of our safety program. For Camp Taji to achieve such an impressive safety milestone in a hostile environment not only shows their dedication to our safety mission, but also a tremendous amount of leadership.”

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