Senior Regional Operations Manager, Frank Gutierrez, recently visited two jobsites where APM crew members were on site; Dearborn Industrial Generation (DIG) in Michigan and NIPSCO Sugar Creek in Indiana. Frank had remarkable words to say about our APM crew members. He shared his experience on his EHSInspires blog by writing:
“The GE APM team at DIG is inspired by many factors: overwhelmingly inspired by family, reputation, teamwork, and camaraderie. The team conducts toolbox talks, and they are keeping an eye out for each other so that no one gets injured. The team is being led by GE field engineers (Todd Hannon, Mike Minissale, Brian Boyce), Ed Anderson (GE CPM), Mike Benacquisto (APM superintendent), John McCoy and David Jackson (APM GSSI EHS leads). Appreciate the efforts and diligence to safely complete the work scope in a safe manner.”
And in regards to the Sugar Creek crew he wrote:
“The GE APM team at Sugar Creek is inspired by many factors: daily learning, fun, and family. The gas turbine and steam turbine teams are working a complex outage, with tight area for laydown, and accomplishing the many tasks associated with the outage. The teams take pride in the work that they are doing, and are keeping an eye out for each other so that no one gets injured. The teams are being led by GE field engineers (Lyle Lukas, Paul Haynes, Dion Kamboures, Scott Reeser (GE CPM), Mike Lindo and Barry Burroughs (APM superintendents), and Nicola Mitaritonno. Appreciate the efforts and diligence to safely complete the work scope in a safe manner.”
Working as a team is always the key to success. Motivating each other is a great strategy to ensure we stay safe and provide high quality work. Our work could not be done without each and every one of you. Each individual plays a key role in the operation and we thank you all. APM asks that you continue to stay EHS inspired by the things that mean most to you.