Safety recognition awards received under new CS2A program
Saint John, N.B. – July 5, 2017
Lorneville has received two awards under the inaugural Canadian Safety Achievement Awards (CS2A) program recently launched by the GPMC/NMC of Canada. The awards celebrate the efforts of Clients, Signatory Employers, and Unions who work together to achieve exceptional safety performance on their GPMA and NMA projects each year.
Lorneville received the 365 Daily Maintenance Award for projects at Irving Oil (62, 118 injury-free craft hours) and NB Power Pt. Lepreau (128,476 injury-free craft hours). The 365 Daily Maintenance Award showcases stakeholders who have executed long-term maintenance at industrial plants for 365 days or greater without having a recordable injury.
About the GPMC/NMC (www.gpmccanada.com)
The General Presidents’ Maintenance Committee (GPMC) for Canada and the National Maintenance Council (NMC) for Canada is an alliance of International Building Trades Unions that negotiates and administers labour agreements for maintenance work at industrial plants across Canada. The agreements make it possible for industry to employ up to 13 different construction trades under a single set of terms and conditions
About Lorneville (www.lorneville.com)
For more than 40 years, Lorneville has worked diligently to earn a reputation as the trusted solution to mechanical maintenance, construction, and fabrication projects. Consumers return to us time after time for our innovative project management and quality assurance. Over our history, we have grown from our roots in Atlantic Canada to become a truly national provider of industrial services, all while maintaining our entrepreneurial culture and family values that deliver a sense of ownership and responsibility towards our clients.