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FMEA Recognizes 17 Utilities For Safety Achievement

 LAKELAND, FL (Apr 20, 2015) —
The Florida Municipal Electric Association (FMEA) awarded 18 of its utility members for their continued commitment to safe work practices during the past year.

For the past 27 years, FMEA has recognized the efforts of Florida’s municipally owned utilities to stress worker safety as the No. 1 priority. Utilities are placed into categories according to their total man-hours worked, and rewarded for the most incident-free records. The incidence rate used to judge utilities was based on the number of work-related reportable injuries or illnesses compared to the total number of worker-hours during 2014, as defined by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).

The recognition reflects FMEA member’s commitment to protecting workers’ safety, while also ensuring reliable electric service to the customers. In an industry where serious injuries and fatalities are inherent, safety training is the best line of defense in preventing accidents and saving lives.

Awards were presented on April 18 at the FMEA Annual Safety and Florida Lineman Competition Awards banquet in Tallahassee. The banquet was the culmination of a two-day event that included technical skills training and the annual Florida Lineman Competition.

The following utilities were presented with a Safety Award in their category:

Category A (0-59,999 man-hours):

    • City of Alachua – perfect record
    • Town of Havana – perfect record
    • City of Bushnell – perfect record
    • City of Mount Dora – perfect record
    • City of Newberry – 2nd place
    • City of Chattahoochee – 3rd place
    Category B (60,000-199,999 man-hours):
    • Fort Pierce Utilities Authority – 1st place
    • City of Leesburg – 2nd place
    • Beaches Energy Services – 3rd place
    Category C (200,000-399,999 man-hours):
    • Keys Energy Services – 1st place
    • New Smyrna Beach Utilities Commission – 2nd place
    Category D (400,000-999,999 man-hours):
    • City of Tallahassee – 1st place
    • Gainesville Regional Utilities – 2nd place
    • Kissimmee Utility Authority – 3rd place
    Category E (1,000,000-2,499,999 man-hours): Category G (2,500,000-greaert man-hours):
    • JEA – special recognition\

    Ref: FMEA

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