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At first glance, 2020 is a year most of us would like to forget. But challenging times test character and often bring out the best in people. These Top 10 stories of 2020 highlight CoServ’s giving spirit and commitment to the communities we serve, even though these challenging times.
The 'I Do It For Them' campaign reminds CoServ Employees to make safe choices
Whether it's their children, spouses or parents, every CoServ Employee has someone who wants them to come home safely every day. This is the premise behind CoServ’s safety campaign, I Do It For Them. The logo features a mom and dad with three young children enjoying a walk, and it is displayed on every CoServ Fleet vehicle as a reminder to stay safe.
Whether they’re providing reliable electricity to critical water infrastructure in Highland Village or investigating why the lights flicker at a home in Prosper, the R&I Team provides an important, and often overlooked, service to CoServ Members.
CoServ received the 2019 Safety Achievement Award from the American Gas Association in August. The award is based on the number of work-related accidents and incidents reported to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
The CoServ podcast team answers common questions about natural gas.
An estimated 1 billion people around the world don't have electricity. CoServ partners with NRECA International to promote economic prosperity in developing countries through technical assistance and training in rural electrification.
Test your knowledge of natural gas safety
Small flags in your neighborhood indicate a digging project is planned, and someone has called 811 to locate underground utility lines. Texas law requires homeowners and businesses to Call 811 at least two business days before digging. Each color represents a different type of utility.
The latest episode of the As A Meter Of Fact podcast answers the burning question of how birds, squirrels and other critters are able to walk on power lines without getting electricuted. If you have a question for our podcast team, send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nurse practitioner and CoServ Member Marcia Foster tells the story of treating critical COVID-19 patients in New York City in her own words in this month's Member spotlight.
Billy Ryan, CoServ’s Director of Construction Management and Logistics, said the Hurricane Harvey experience informed CoServ’s decision to purchase a fuel truck earlier this year, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.