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Lytle Creek quarry receives award for safety

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Cemex USA’s Lytle Creek quarry in California has been recognised for its safety performance by the California Construction and Industrial Materials Association (CalCIMA). The quarry received the Excellence in Safety Award in the Large Aggregates category for its attention to safety.

It is the third time the Lytle Creek quarry has been recognised for its safety record this year. In September, the operation received a certificate from the US National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association for safety, as well as receiving a Cemex Global Health and Safety Award in April.

“Safety is our priority at Cemex, and this quarry is a shining example of how it’s done,”’ said Eric Wittmann, Cemex USA Regional President – West Region.

In addition to the Lytle Creek quarry, two Cemex USA employees received awards from CalCIMA.

Cemex USA Fleet Manager – West Region, Gary Clay, received the Spirit of the Industry award for demonstrating professional core values of integrity, leadership, and commitment. Clay currently sits on the CalCIMA Transportation Committee as Chair.

Brian Mastin, Cemex USA’s Director of Environmental Services – West Region was recognised with CalCIMA’s 2017 President’s Award, which the organisation gives to those who have demonstrated dedication to the mission and goals of CalCIMA, and commitment to the preservation of the industry.

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