FOND DU LAC, Wis. — Employees at Mercury Marine’s Plants 3, 4 and 36 in Fond du Lac recently recorded one million consecutive work hours worked without a lost-time injury, according to a release from Mercury. The company celebrated the safety milestones earlier this month during recognition luncheons at the respective plants.
Plant 3, the safety record of which dates back to May 20, 2008, is Mercury’s global distribution and customer service center. Plant 4 produces gears and shafts for the company’s outboard engines; its safety record dates back to June 6, 2007. Plant 36, the safety record of which dates back to Oct. 12, 2006, is Mercury’s high-performance manufacturing facility.
“These milestones reflect the diligent efforts of Mercury employees to maintain safety as one of our core values,” Mercury Environmental Health and Safety Director Tom Baumgartner said in the release. “Their leadership and commitment have made significant progress toward building awareness and achieving sustainable safety practices in their workplace.”
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