Safety Honors at JCP&L
January 24, 2019
Jersey Central Power & Light (JCP&L) honored the safety achievements of employees in the following Utility Construction & Maintenance (Substation) groups:
- Union Beach celebrated four years without an OSHA-recordable incident. There are 13 employees in the group.
- Lakewood surpassed two years of OSHA-free work. Eighteen UC&M employees work out of the service center.
- Wall marked two years without an OSHA recordable. The service center is home base to 16 UC&M employees.
“Ensuring that all employees return home safely is our top priority. We appreciate the Union Beach, Lakewood and Wall groups for watching out for their safety and that of their coworkers,” said Bob Brandeberry, manager, Substations.
JCP&L also recognized Meter Reading employees at the Morristown and Lakewood facilities for achieving one year without an OSHA-recordable incident. More than 25 employees work in the Morristown group. There are 17 in the Lakewood group.
“Each work day, these employees safely and efficiently perform their duties while contending with various conditions,” said Pat Mullin, director, Operations Support. “We’re proud of their accomplishments.”
Bargaining-unit employees at JCP&L are represented by International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 1289.