Northern Electric, Inc. Earns 2019 Acuity Safety Award

Acuity Safety Award 2019

Green Bay, WI – June 8, 2019 – Northern Electric, Inc. was recently presented with the Acuity Insurance Safety Award. This award is given to businesses that are exemplary in their partnership with Acuity to help ensure a safe workplace.

“Northern Electric Inc. has always prided itself on maintaining an excellent record for workplace safety,” said Tracy Conard, President and CEO of Northern Electric Inc. “We’re pleased to partner with an insurance company that works just as hard to ensure the safety of our employees.”

Northern Electric, Inc., headquartered in Green Bay, Wisconsin, is the Midwest’s leading commercial, industrial and residential electrical contractor. Since 1992, Northern Electric, Inc. has long provided leading construction services; electrical design, project management, value engineering, highly qualified electricians and electrical services. Recognized as a Women Owned Small Business, Northern Electric, Inc. focuses on extraordinary service by taking a personalized approach to doing business.

Acuity Insurance, headquartered in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, is a property and casualty insurer that is recognized as a top regional insurance carrier. Operating in 26 states, Acuity is trusted to protect over 100,000 businesses and over 450,000 homes and vehicles. Acuity generates over $1.4 billion in revenue through 1,000 independent agencies and is rated A+ by both A.M. Best and Standard & Poor’s for financial strength. Acuity earns a 96% claims satisfaction rating from customers and maintains a reputation for innovative products and service excellence. Named the top employer in insurance, Acuity employs over 1,200 people. For more information on Acuity, visit the company’s website, Facebook page, Twitter account, YouTube channel, or Linkedln account.

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