NORDYNE takes safety seriously. It’s been nearly six years and 4 million hours worked since the NORDYNE manufacturing plant in Boonville, MO, has experienced an injury that resulted in lost time. The company’s sister operation in Tipton, MO, has an equally impressive safety record – nearly 12 years and 2 million hours worked without lost time.
NORDYNE celebrated the combined 6 million hours on November 9 with an employee luncheon. Michael Nix, NORDYNE vice president of operations, congratulated his team on their continued commitment to safety.
“NORDYNE prides itself on fostering a ‘culture of safety,’” says Nix. “That takes a company who maintains and continuously improves the safety of the work environment as well as a team of associates who are aware and focused on performing in that environment every hour of every day. Achievements like this only happen when everyone shares the same goal.”
NORDYNE associates in the Boonville and Tipton plants produce the company’s heating and cooling equipment for manufactured housing along with linesets and heater kits for residential products. 2010 marks the 31-year anniversary for the Boonville manufacturing facility. NORDYNE expanded the Boonville manufacturing operation in 1990, added the Tipton satellite operation in 1997, and constructed a distribution warehouse in Boonville in 2004.
For more information about NORDYNE and its product offerings, please visit www.nordyne.com.