TEAM BEVINS travels around the US and beyond raising awareness of the risks linemen take in the power industry. Between road trips, we’re developing new equipment and shipping out the products and tools that promote lineman safety.
Someone asked me…
“Why do you still travel to teach safety to utilities and linemen?” It was an honest question. With all the talk of linemen safety and being your brother’s keeper, it appears to be a conversation everyone has already had. So why do I continue to travel?
Because the conversation has just begun.
It’s the season of giving and thankfulness. This year, we thought we’d share a story with you about a group of linemen who took vacation time to volunteer to do the most good in a tiny village desperately in need of electricity and the economic boost it provides.
Rich Bevins, Casey Evans and Mike Cotner hit the road to Louisville, KY, for the annual International Construction & Utility Equipment Exposition last week to demonstrate some of our best linemen safety tools and equipment.
Team Bevins has been traveling the country with Team Hubbell, demonstrating linemen safety tools and technology and raising awareness about the risks linemen take and the best new ways to prevent accidents. We recently hit events like SWEDE and the APPA Lineman Rodeo. Find out where we’ll be next!
We’d like to take a big moment to say thank you to Frank Lopez, and everyone from Hubbell, for participating with us in this event. We appreciate your work in distribution, sales, and for being on the front lines, demonstrating our products to utilities, linemen and anyone else interested in keeping these guys safe on the line.