JCP&L Work Groups Recognized for Safety

November 15, 2021

Employees in the following JCP&L work groups were recognized for their safety commitment:

  • Fleet Services – Ten employees in Central New Jersey’s remote reporting night crew achieved 10 years without an OSHA-recordable incident.
  • Wall – The Cable group’s 15 employees eclipsed 10 years without a controllable motor vehicle accident (CMVA).
  • Toms River – Utility Construction & Maintenance has driven eight years without a CMVA. There are 13 employees in the group.
  • Flemington – Thirty-five employees in the Lines group have worked seven years without an OSHA recordable.
  • Morristown – Meter Services has driven six years without a CMVA. The group is comprised of 16 employees.
  • Farmingdale – Underground Residential Distribution celebrated three years of OSHA-free work. There are 21 employees in the group.
  • Boonton – The Lines group – comprised of 33 employees – achieved two years without an OSHA recordable.
  • Long Branch – Twenty-nine employees in the Lines group marked one year of OSHA-free work.

Bargaining-unit employees at JCP&L are represented by the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 1289.