Laurel Hill Yarn Mill
Employees Honored At First Safety E
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CONGRATULATIONS and a special treat were given to each employee.
Pat Bush sees that Sylvia McNair (l-r, above) gets her share of the compli
SUPERINTENDENT of Blending, Carding and Spinning, Joe Poteat,
found it to be a happy occasion for Juanita Kelly, Virginia English and
Bobbie McCall (l-r, above).
IN HONOR OF THE OCCASION, Larry Owen, division vice president and
general manager of Laurel Hill Manufacturing (left), and David Ellison, as
sistant personnel manager, (right) helped served up the barbecue.
PLANT MANAGER Jan Vincent commendtcj
and collective efforts in attaining 2,000-plus S£
It’s a first!
Employees at the Laurel Hill Yarn Mill have reached the 2,000-plus hours per
employee without a lost-time accident for the first time in the history of the yarn
“I’m most proud to announce that ... the Laurel Hill Yarn Mill has reached
2,000 average manhours worked without a lost-time accident . . . and I am ex
tremely happy and pleased for all of us,’’ said plant manager Jan Vincent in a
letter to all employees at the yarn mill.
At the end of the first week in September, the employees reached the goal with
a total of approximately 519,000 safe hours since the last lost-time accident in
August, 1977. They were honored with an in-plant meal on each shift on Septem-
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SECOND SHIFT EMPLOYEES joined I'
high with the rewards of safety.
THE MILL WHISTLE