City of Pampa and Proman reach rescue service agreement
Proman USA has been working to find a rescue service provider for our Pampa site. This would include emergency rescue services and standby rescue services for confined space entry during maintenance activities. We are pleased to announce that we have reached an agreement with the City of Pampa and their Fire Department. We have been talking to City Manager Shane Stokes and Fire Chief Greg Lee, for some time now, to develop a plan for the Fire Department to provide these critical services to our facility. Proman USA has agreed to provide funding of $125,000 to the Pampa Fire Department for equipment and training for confined space and high angle rescue.
“We are pleased to announce this partnership between Proman USA and the City of Pampa. This will not only be a great benefit to our plant, but these services will be available to all of those in our surrounding community,” said General Manager Layne Clark. “We are excited that the City has agreed to bring back to life these important rescue services for our residential, commercial & industrial communities. Should we ever need these emergency services, we know that our local Fire Department is ready to respond with the latest high quality rescue equipment and highly trained personnel.”
“We are excited about this agreement with Proman USA – Pampa. Not only will they benefit from access to a highly trained and accredited Fire Department, but we will be able to add rescue training and capabilities that will benefit the entire community. Proman USA – Pampa continues to be a great community partner for the City of Pampa, and we look forward to a long and fruitful relationship,” said City Manager Shane Stokes.