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DA Exterminating Recognized as a LWCC ‘Safest 70’ Company

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George Morales of the LWCC presents the safety award to DA Exterminating’s Dick Crawford and Jed D’Arensbourg.

| June 7, 2011

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METAIRIE, La. — DA Exterminating, Metairie, La., was recognized by the Louisiana Workers' Compensation Corporation (LWCC) as a LWCC “Safest 70” company.

This honor, which acknowledges "excellence and commitment to workplace safety," is only given to 70 companies out of over 20,000 LWCC policyholders each year.

George Morales of the LWCC presented the award to DA Exterminating’s Dick Crawford and Jed D’Arensbourg.

Founded in 1959, DA Exterminating offers a complete range of pest and termite control services for residential, commercial and industrial customers. DA staff has a wealth of education and experience, including more than 20 licensees, which is a credential above being “certified.”

 

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