Mohawk Electrical Systems congratulated by Insurance Commissioner Navarro

September 30, 2017

Delaware Insurance Commissioner Trinidad Navarro visited Mohawk Electrical Systems Inc. in Milford Sept. 19 and presented President Scott Welch and his staff with a commemorative certificate for their achievement of being the first business to enroll in the Workplace Safety Program and to complete 30 years.

The commissioner was joined by Rep. Harvey Kenton, R-Milford, Rep. Dave Wilson, R-Bridgeville, Milford Mayor Bryan Shupe and members of the Department of Insurance Workplace Safety Program staff. William Strickland of L&W Insurance was in attendance, and he introduced the program to Mohawk 30 years ago.

Navarro said, "I have traveled up and down the state, and workers' compensation is a major concern for Delaware businesses. This program affords businesses the opportunity to save on workers' compensation premiums while giving them an incentive to build on workplace safety improvements. The Department of Insurance thanks you for your continued participation in the program. You have added to the safety and well-being of your employees, and to go most recently 771 days without an injury, and the longest being 860 days, is something to be proud of. In addition, Mohawk saved approximately $75,000 in premiums over the last 30 years."

After the ceremony, all in attendance were given a tour of Mohawk's facilities and were able to see firsthand the safety measures in place and learn more about the facility.

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