As a 100% EMPLOYEE OWNED company, Commonwealth Fire Protection is dedicated to serving our employees and our communities. As a team CFPC will:
|WORK WITH INTEGRITY||COMMITMENT TO QUALITY & SAFETY||EMPLOYEE & CUSTOMER RELATIONS|
|Commit to perform exceptional service through the design, installation and maintenance of Fire Sprinkler Systems.||Pledge to provide fair, safe and competitive employment opportunities with training and education to further individual growth.||Strive to build strong customer trust and retention through integrity, accountability and industry innovation.|
“We act as a bridge of support to all of our Employee-Owners by providing knowledge and resources to understand the benefits of ownership and how each participant plays a role in the overall success of the company. We publish monthly newsletters including general information as well as program membership updates as they relate specifically to CFPC, and host two-way intra-company feedback forums. By doing this, we strengthen the understanding of our culture and evoke dialogue to generate ideas and information to improve every owner’s understanding of our Values.”
ESOP Communication Team Members
- Chairman – Joe Stauffer
- Co-Chairman – Jon Offord Sr.
- Treasurer & Secretary – Clayton Smith
- Member – Keith Kingswell
- Member – Ken Reigel
- Member – Dylan D’Imperio
- Member – Joe Sabato
- Member – Mike Crayne
- Member – Rob Moser
- Member – Skip Richard
- Advisor – Ken Reisig
- Team Champion – Mike Borkowski
To gain password-protected access to the ESOP Communications Team Newsletters – Go to the ‘About Us Page’ and click the drop down ‘access to insider information’ tab and log in.
From the coordination of community development projects to Rise Against Hunger’s meal packaging program, #CommonwealthFire Protection is helping harnesses the passion of its company volunteers. RAH strives to make an impact on hunger by building resilience, self-sufficiency and empowerment in communities worldwide.
The Team meets on the 3rd Thursday of every month from 2pm – 3pm in Leola.
“A sense of ownership is the most powerful weapon a team or organization can have”.– Pat Summitt, former Women’s Tennessee Basketball Coach