Tilcon NY, Inc. sees a good business reason for
$afe Production Law training


Joe Sugar and Frank Adkins


Joe Sugar, Asst. Safety Director, attended the $afepro May Institute in High Point, NC and presented the information on his new "dust-controlled jackhammer" to the 30 members of that

class. The class members represented 9 States and 14 mining companies. Joe did an outstanding job and was an asset to the Institute.

When Eric Kechejian, Safety Director and his team were looking for a common-sense approach to accident prevention and better inspections, Chris Madden, NE Region Oldcastle Group President , put him onto the $afepro Law Seminar for his Managers and Supervisors. In mid-February the Seminar was held at Mount Hope, NJ. Area Managers, Plant Managers and Senior Supervisors attended. Oldcastle Policy and The Act were the basis for a process which will remove hazards and up net profits. Experienced contributors to the plan were: (L-R) Tim Snure, (Pompton Lakes, Plant Manager), Chris Young (Totowa Asphalt Plant Manager), Rusty Bonney (Weld Shop Supervisor), Don Blynstone (Mt. Hope Equipment Supervisor)

These are managers that make $afe Production a profit producing process. These “Bosses” left the Law Seminar with a plan!

(L-R)Jerry Van Tassell (2nd Shift Plant Manager), Tim Rooks (Oxford Quarry Plant Manager, Lenny Tellone (Haverstraw First Shift Plant Manager)


Diane Csabai and Patty Bolson, Safety Department Administrative Assistants, also attended the Law Seminar. With their knowledge of The Act and Company Safety Policy, they are an instant resource by phone, e-mail or fax for the Managers and Supervisors.

With these experienced Managers and their Staff pursuing the goal of “0” citations and accidents,
in a very short time Tilcon NY, Inc., a good company, will become a great company with increases in both profits and productivity.


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