In accordance with its ongoing commitment to promote safety in the workplace, as well as in the local community, Jackson Center, Ohio-based Airstream Inc. hosted a tactical training drill for several local law enforcement agencies.
The Troy Daily News reported that Airstream agreed to allow specialized law enforcement officers to use its main manufacturing facility as the stage for several simulated emergency situations where critical response was called for.
Airstream marketing specialists Tyler Williams, Adam Grilliot, and Jay Cullis were on hand to welcome those in attendance and answer any general questions pertaining to Airstream’s involvement and what was hoped to be gained by the drill.
“The number one priority at Airstream is the safety of our employees,” said Williams. “In partnering with local law enforcement and rescue agencies, we hope to develop a good working relationship and encourage preparedness in case there is ever a need for assistance. We would like to thank all those involved, including a number of our employees who are participating in various capacities.”
Jackson Center Police Chief Chuck Wirick also voiced his appreciation for all who planned, contributed to, and executed the training session, but most especially Airstream for hosting the event.
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