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Success Story: “I Admire Your Program”

I wanted to take this opportunity to express my appreciation to you (Sue S.) and your staff for being proactive and helping us to maintain a safe and healthy environment at both the Huntsville and Courtland campuses. Your leadership and the diligence of your entire staff have contributed to the Huntsville campus reaching over 10 million man-hours and Courtland reaching over 1 million man-hours without a Lost Time accident and Huntsville reaching over 2 million with no accidents at all.

Some of the things I admire about your program are that you conduct daily safety meetings with your entire IH staff. You hold the weekly Stand Down meetings where you discuss close calls and other problems and your employees are genuinely involved and concerned about their own safety as well as the safety of other IH and LM employees. I greatly admire your 5-4-0 safety program, it fits well into our “Target Zero” program and helps us both strive for the same goal.

As you know we have this year been awarded the first ever corporate Platinum safety award for reaching that 10 million man-hour plateau, your organization has been instrumental in helping us reach this goal. I also understand that you have won awards for zero accidents for the past two years in both Huntsville and Courtland. Congratulations on that achievement.

I have truly enjoyed the way that we in LM Environmental Safety and Health have been able to work together with IH Site management to iron out the rough spots and keep things running smoothly across both campuses and over 15 separate buildings without an incident. I look forward to continued success in our partnership.

Tim B., MS CSP COSS EHS
Lead Environmental Safety & Health Engineer, Lockheed Martin

Success Story: Drive Automotive

I wish to convey to you our deepest appreciation for both you and your on-site staff, during Governor Nikki Haley’s visit at Drive Automotive Industries of America, Inc. You have proven that your organization and people are up to a challenge, and can be relied upon to meet schedules and deadlines, while having the flexibility to adapt and overcome obstacles and changes as they occur. This level of professionalism can only occur through clear and concise leadership, with a strong emphasis on communication and delegation. The difference between a good company and a great company is its leaders and its people and you have both. Your on-site team reflects great credit upon you and your organization as a whole.

Craig L., General Manager and Rene H., Commercial AGM