Alfe Heat Treating of Saginaw to Receive State Ergonomic AwardContact:
Lori Donlan 517-373-9280Agency:
Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
October 19, 2007
- Alfe Heat Treating, Saginaw Division
will receive the Ergonomic Innovation Award
from the Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration (MIOSHA), on Tuesday, October 23, 2007, at 1:30 p.m., 1300 Leon Scott St., in Saginaw. The MIOSHA program is part of the Michigan Department of Labor & Economic Growth (DLEG).
The MIOSHA Consultation Education and Training (CET) Division recognizes the safety and health achievements of Michigan employers and employees through CET Awards, which are based on excellent safety and health performance. The Ergonomic Innovation Award is issued to employers for innovative ideas that have been implemented to reduce worker strain.
MIOSHA Deputy Director Martha Yoder will present the award to General Manager John Holifield and the Alfe Saginaw Safety Committee, who will accept on behalf of all employees, some of whom are represented UAW Local 455, Unit 22. The award will be presented during a quarterly plant-wide meeting. Also present to congratulate the employees will be Alfe President Kurt Westman and VP of Ohio and Michigan Heat Treating Ernie Lackner.
The Alfe Saginaw plant is TS 16949 certified and specializes in continuous aluminum heat treating, primarily for General Motors. Alfe Heat Treating is the nation's largest commercial aluminum heat treater and provides a full range of heat treating services such as quench and temper, annealing, normalizing and hardening. The company serves automotive, industrial and aerospace customers with both ferrous and non-ferrous facilities throughout the Midwest and Southeast.
EVENT: Ergonomic Innovation Award Presentation
DATE: Tuesday, October 23, 2007
TIME: 1:30 - 2:00 PM
LOCATION: 1300 Leon Scott St., Saginaw
Contact: John Holifield (989) 752-2819
Read more Michigan Department of Labor & Economic Growth press releases.