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Manchester Tank Quincy Currently Undergoing Gap Analysis Evaluation

L to R: Jim Grawe, Rex Blevins (Group Safety Director), Wanda Hendrix (HR Director, McWane), Mary Kendrick, Jason Eads, and Rick Nesbit

L to R: Jim Grawe, Rex Blevins (Group Safety Director), Wanda Hendrix (HR Director, McWane), Mary Kendrick, Jason Eads, and Rick Nesbit

Manchester Tank & Equipment in Quincy, IL (MTQ), has welcomed several visitors during the past few weeks in conjunction with their participation in the Voluntary Protection Program (VPP). VPP recognizes employers and workers in both private industries and federal agencies who have implemented effective safety and health management systems. They also must maintain injury and illness rates below the national statistical averages set by the Bureau of Labor for their respective agencies.

Currently, MTQ is undergoing a gap analysis evaluation. During this evaluation, health and safety team members from the McWane organization visit MTQ to perform onsite employee interviews.

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Clow Water Holds Safety Stand Down to Kick Off Start-Up Week

Clow Water Safety Stand Down

Clow Water Systems held a “Safety Stand Down” to kick off start up week after the summer turnaround on July 7. VP-General Manager Tom Crawford took that opportunity to meet with the 340 team members and talk about the importance of health and safety at McWane.

The meeting included a “State of the Company” address by Tom and also a review of health and safety. They also showed a video (Remember Charlie) about a man who was severely burned in an industrial accident.

Thanks to the Clow Water leadership for reaffirming their commitment to working safely every day!