Business Milestones Business Milestones, Sunday, April 21

Winston-Salem Journal |

Chris Murray has been promoted to senior vice president of member experience and operations at Truliant Federal Credit Union. He will be responsible for overseeing member financial centers, credit administration, traditional marketing, and indirect auto lending. Murray joined Truliant in 2009 as manager of the High Point Member Center. He is a magna cum laude graduate of INC Greensboro and earned a bachelor of science in business management degree.

Paul Ebert of Ebert Financial has earned the Retirement Income Certified Professional designation. American College offers this course to financial advisers focused on retirement-income planning. He has been with Ebert Financial for 18 years.

Office Pride Commercial Cleaning Services of High Point-Greensboro franchise, has opened a new office in the Dudley Beauty Corp. building at 1814 Eastchester Drive, High Point. A ribbon-cutting was held . Richard Fuqua is the franchise owner.

Hanesbrands Inc. of Winston-Salem and Atrium Health of Charlotte have received Energy Stars from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 4 Office and the U.S. Department of Energy. The awards are given to companies that demonstrate leadership in cost-saving energy efficiency. This is the 10th year that Hanesbrands has earned an Energy Star.

The following area companies have received safety awards from the N.C. Department of Labor:

Silver Awards

Rate of days away from work must be at least 50% below the industry average.

First Year: Novant Health, Clemmons Medical Center; Novant Health, Hawthorne Surgical Center; Novant Health, Thomasville Medical Center; Pine Hall Brick Co. Inc., Grinding Department; Pine Hall Brick Co. Inc., Packaging Plant 4

Second Consecutive Year: Chandler Concrete Co. Inc., Lowery Street, Winston Plant #118

Third Consecutive Year: Herbalife Innovation and Manufacturing

Gold Awards

Rate of days away from work, job transfer or restriction must be at least 50% below the industry average.

First Year: Concrete Supply Co./Central Carolina Concrete, North Mount Airy Plant; D.H. Griffin Construction Co. LLC, Dave & Busters at Hanes Mall; Guilford County, Social Services - High Point; Hayward Industries, Flow Control Division; HSM Solutions, High Point Foam; Lyndon Steel Co. LLC; Pine Hall Brick Co. Inc., Garage; Pine Hall Brick Co. Inc., Paver Plant - Plant #5 / Making Department; Pine Hall Brick Co. Inc., Transportation Department; Unifi Manufacturing Inc., T-2; Winston Steel, Junia Avenue; Winston Steel, Union Cross Road

Second Consecutive Year: Concrete Supply Co./Central Carolina Concrete, Winston-Salem Plant; Martin Marietta Materials - Greensboro District, Salem Stone Quarry; N.C. Department of Environmental Quality, Division of Air Quality Winston-Salem Regional Office; Pine Hall Brick Co. Inc., Burning Department/Plant 4

Third Consecutive Year: Johnson Controls Inc., Winston-Salem Plant; Omnisource, Kernersville; Pine Hall Brick Co. Inc., Loading Departments; Unifi Manufacturing Inc., Warehousing

Fourth Consecutive Year: AC Corp.; Omnisource, Winston-Salem;

Fifth Consecutive Year: Novant Health, Kernersville Medical Center; T E Connectivity, Winston-Salem

Sixth Consecutive Year: McKinney Drilling Co., Winston-Salem; Pine Hall Brick Co. Inc., Shapes Department; Unifi Manufacturing Inc., Corporate Headquarters; Unifi Manufacturing Inc., POY

Seventh Consecutive Year: Novant Health, Forsyth Medical Center; Novant Health, Medical Park Hospital; Unifi Manufacturing Inc., T-1

Eighth Consecutive Year: General Shale Brick Inc., US-93 Kernersville; Unifi Manufacturing Inc., T-5

Ninth Consecutive Year: Roanoke Cement Co., Winston-Salem Terminal; Unifi Manufacturing Inc., Transportation

13th Consecutive Year: Pine Hall Brick Co. Inc., Purchasing, HR, Engineering, Customer Service, Plant Management

Million-Hour Awards

One Million Hours, or Multiples Thereof, with No Lost-Time Accidents

Unifi Manufacturing Inc., T-5, One Million Hours, through

Novant Health, Forsyth Medical Center, Two Million Hours, through

AC Corp., Four Million Hours, through

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