Accessibility

Inaugural 'Q'MANITARIAN' receives award from Q'STRAINT

Posted on January 10, 2020

Dan Allison (right), an Occupational Therapist and driver rehabilitation trainer at the Atlanta-based Shepherd Center, was presented with the company’s Q’MANITARIAN award.
Dan Allison (right), an Occupational Therapist and driver rehabilitation trainer at the Atlanta-based Shepherd Center, was presented with the company’s Q’MANITARIAN award.
Dan Allison, an occupational therapist and driver rehabilitation trainer at the Shepherd Center, an Atlanta-based nonprofit hospital, visited the Q’STRAINT/Sure-Lok South Florida headquarters to formally receive the company's inaugural Q’MANITARIAN award.

The idea for the Q'MANITARIAN award was first hatched by Patrick Girardin, Q'STRAINT/Sure-Lok president with help from his leadership team to pay tribute to a transportation safety professional who has displayed extraordinary dedication, devotion, and passion by matching the company's vision of making safety accessible.

“It means so much to me to not only win the Q’MANITARIAN award, but more importantly be recognized by a company as respected as Q’STRAINT,” said Allison. “I thoroughly enjoyed the entire event from the award ceremony to the facility tour. This was a very special day for me.”

Allison was presented with the company’s Q’MANITARIAN award in a storied setting by the Q’STRAINT Wall of Excellence.

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