At Hoffmann Brothers Mechanical Contractors, our communications often focus on energy conservation, workplace safety and indoor air quality solutions. In observance of Red Cross Month, we’d like to remind our customers and partners about a few reasons the Red Cross is to be lauded for its advancements in disaster relief, blood drives and safety training.
About Red Cross Month: March
The month of March earned its designation as Red Cross Month, dating back to 1943 by U.S. President Franklin D Roosevelt.
As an integral part of the world’s largest volunteer network, the Red Cross spans 187 nations. The organization is also aligned with the Geneva Conventions and International Humanitarian Laws.
Over the decades the Red Cross has grown to be a 'consistent lifeline' for people and life changing causes around the world. Disaster relief, blood donation and supporting military represent a brief sampling of the Red Cross' commitment to humanitarian causes.
Why the Red Cross Is a Worthy Cause?
While mechanical engineers and technicians have to maintain HVAC-R certification, each year--the Red Cross is educating some 10 million people emergency skills, including CPR.
The Red Cross allots approximately 91 cents out of every dollar for humanitarian causes around the world.
Just as the Jefferson County license mechanical contractor, Hoffmann Brothers is concerned and accountable for workplace safety; the Red Cross fulfills a number of services to ensure proper blood processing protocols.
For instance, blood donors may contact a confidential, toll-free telephone hotline it they feel as though the standards in processing blood violate the U.S. Federal Drug Administration or the Occupational Safety Health Administration.
Whether it’s as a blood donor, volunteer, or to donate funds to the Red Cross, the foundation happens to play a vital role in the world's humanitarian initiatives, America's blood supplies and safety efforts.
About Jefferson County’s Mechanical Contractor, Hoffmann Brothers
Currently Hoffmann Brothers Mechanical Contractors http://www.stlouismechanicalcontractors.com volunteers and donates funds to a wealth of charitable cause around Jefferson County and St. Louis County. These foundations include Stray Rescue in St. Louis, USO Missouri, St. Louis Angel's Arms as well as the St. Louis Metro Homeless Center.
Please visit www.redcross.org/about-us/red-cross-month to learn more about Red Cross month