NMAPC Recognizes Specialty Contractor for Commitment to Safety
StructSure Scaffold & Insulation, a specialty scaffolding and insulation contractor, was honored by The National Maintenance Agreement Policy Committee (NMAPC) with two Zero Injury Safety Awards (ZISA) during the November 2nd gala for work performed at both the John Amos Power Plant and Big Sandy Plant in 2016.
“We are proud to receive the ZISA awards as StructSure identifies safety as both an investment and a commitment for our employees and partnering companies,” said Jim Ryan, general manager at StructSure Scaffold & Insulation. “Safety is the number one priority for our workforce, which helps us attain zero injuries on each job site.”
The ZISA award is the union construction and maintenance industry’ premier safety recognition program and recognizes an alliance between owner-clients, signatory contractors and local and international unions who worked together to achieve zero injuries on their industrial construction and maintenance projects.
“The awards recognize commitment to word-class safety performance and the NMPAC Zero Accident Philosophy demonstrated by Structure Scaffold & Insulation and its client, American Electric Power,” says Stephen Lindauer, CEO and impartial secretary of the NMAPC.
A Bronze Star was awarded in recognition of StructSure Scaffold & Insulation, American Electric Power and Charleston Building Trades Council for 285,764 labor hours worked without a recordable accident at the John Amos Power Plant located in Saint Albans, W.Va. A Certificate of Merit was awarded in recognition of StructSure Scaffold & Insulation, American Electric Power and Tri-State Building Trades Council for 167,809 labor hours worked without a recordable accident at the Big Sandy Plant located in Louisa, Ky.
For a complete list of the 17th annual NMAPC ZISA Safety Award winners, please visit NMPAC online:https://www.nmapc.org/zisa/
Scaffold & Insulation is a specialty scaffolding and insulation contractor able to assist power plant owners working through scheduled outages with the highest level of productivity.