APM Fossil North Team Receives Recognition for their Safety Commitment and Teamwork

When you’re looking for high quality and efficient work product, count on APM. Our APM Fossil North team successfully completed a project at the PSEG Bergen Combined Cycle Facility. Both the APM day shift, led by Superintendent, Dave Hinze, and night shift, led by Superintendent, Mitch Yerdon, were recognized by the customer for their outstanding attention to safety and teamwork. The entire team was complimented by Mark Moncourtois, Utility Engineering Consultant at Predictive Maintenance Solutions by writing:

“The contribution of the Millwrights was integral to the success of this outage. Work performed was of excellent quality and efficiency. The tenured Millwrights demonstrated very high proficiency and experience with a focus on quality. The Millwrights practiced exemplary safe working standards. There were no injuries and no safety issues as a result of Millwright support provided during our scope of work. If a job site resulted in a safety question or potential safety concern, the Millwrights immediately reported or addressed the concern. Consistent peer-checking and referral to the appropriate safety standards was demonstrated. Further promoting safety, each job site was maintained in an orderly and clean manner.”

Congratulations to our team for this well-deserved recognition! APM is honored to have such dedicated employees who are committed to perform their craft safely and meet the customer’s needs. More than just their own safety, this team demonstrated a concern for the safety of every person around them. This is the priority for safety which APM expects on every job. We are proud to have each of these individuals as part of our team!