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State recognizes 45 companies for safety milestones

Annual ceremony at Governor’s Safety, Health Conference

FRANKFORT, Ky.(May 10, 2013) – The Kentucky Labor Cabinet honored 45 Kentucky work sites for earning the Governor’s Safety and Health Award during a ceremony at the annual Governor’s Safety and Health Conference, taking place this week at Louisville’s Galt House East.

The annual conference brings together about 600 professionals across the state to participate in safety training courses.

Catlettsburg Refining was one of the 45 companies recognized by the governor for safety milestones.
Catlettsburg Refining was one of the 45 companies recognized by the governor for safety milestones.

The Governor’s Safety and Health Award provides special recognition for outstanding safety and health performance and encourages the development of programs designed to reduce and even eliminate occupational injuries and illnesses.The award is given to employers and their employees who together have achieved the required number of hours worked without experiencing a lost-time injury or illness.

The employer and employee groups honored at this year’s conference are below in alphabetical order by company. The figures represent the number of hours worked without a lost-time injury or illness.

  • Advanced Green Components LLC, Winchester, 623,270
  • AGC Glass Company North America, Elizabethtown, 1,513,327
  • Air Products & Chemicals Inc., USW Local 727, Calvert City, 11,344,296
  • Alpha Mechanical Service Inc., Local Trade Unions, Louisville, 567,023
  • Big Rivers Electric Corp. – Coleman Station, IBEW Local 1701, Hawesville, 1,504,478
  • Big Rivers Electric Corp. – D.B. Wilson Station, IBEW Local 1701, Centertown, 1,001,912
  • Big Rivers Electric Corp. – Sebree Station, IBEW Local 1701, Robards, 502,411
  • Campbell Crossing LLC, Fort Campbell, 579,252
  • Catlettsburg Refining LLC, USW Local 8-00719, Catlettsburg, 1,684,899
  • Cooper Power Station/East Kentucky Power Cooperative, Somerset, 785,873
  • Delta Faucet Co. – Morgantown Plastics, Morgantown, 1,142,595
  • Donaldson Co. Inc., Nicholasville, 558,576
  • Energy Management & Services Co., Versailles, 1,492,606
  • Estron Chemical Inc., Calvert City, 294,512
  • Farmers RECC, Glasgow, 369,913
  • Federal-Mogul, Maysville, 749,354
  • Interplastic Corp., Fort Wright, 1,335,68
  • Joy Global, Lebanon, 947,247
  • Joy Global, Millersburg, 615,010
  • Joy Global, Salyersville, 604,321
  • J-Lok Corp., Earlington, 292,597
  • Kentucky Utilities – EW Brown Generating Station, Harrodsburg, 4,144,448
  • Kentucky Utilities – Ghent Generating Station, Ghent, 1,272,552
  • Knox Hills LLC, Fort Knox, 1,217,169
  • L’Oreal USA Manufacturing, Florence, 2,867,755
  • L’Oreal USA Distribution Center, Walton, 1,559,825
  • Madisonville West Side Wastewater Treatment Plant, 455,951
  • Nestle, USA, Mount Sterling, 1,544,432
  • Owen Electric Cooperative, Owenton, 521,240
  • Packaging Unlimited LLC, Louisville, 315,166
  • PIC Group Inc. – Cane Run Facility, Louisville, 309,813
  • PIC Group Inc. – EW Brown Facility, Harrodsburg, 304,898
  • PIC Group Inc., Ghent, 437,712
  • Precision Steel LLC, Calvert City, 1,128,999
  • Regional Water Resource Agency, Owensboro, 261,598
  • River Metals Recycling LLC, Newport, 768,495
  • Sekisui Specialty Chemicals America LLC, USW Local 727, Calvert City, 926,852
  • Spurlock Power Station/East Kentucky Power Cooperative, Maysville, 603,130
  • Sumitomo Electric Wiring Systems Inc., Scottsville, 786,788
  • Swift & Staley Inc., USW Local 550, Kevil, 1,218,928
  • The Heritage Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility, Corbin, 816,102
  • The Terrace Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility, Berea, 1,710,456
  • URS, Local Building Trades Unions, Louisville, 3,264,683
  • Vanguard Contractors LLC, Paducah, 1,034,419
  • Wacker Polymers, USW Local 727-04, Calvert City, 1,053,016

 

 

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