Aggregate Industries US Maryland Operations Honored

Aggregate Industries US (AIUS) operations in Maryland received recognition for its safety accomplishments at this year’s Maryland Transportation Builders and Materials Association (MTBMA) Safety Awards Banquet in Glen Burnie, Md. These awards are annually given to employees who, while working for Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) locations, promoted safety on their job sites and maintained zero accidents under their supervision throughout the previous year.

“AIUS, in our mid-Atlantic region, has participated in these safety awards since the first event four years ago, and we’ve received recognition for our continuous efforts at every banquet,” said Cedric Barthelemy, head of mid-Atlantic region for AIUS. “We are proud of our employees who won this year, and as a team we are committed to ensuring the highest standards of safety excellence on all of our sites.”

A total of 11 employees received awards during the banquet. These employees included six from AIUS mid-Atlantic, who received the Aggregates Safety Award, and five from AIUS mid-Atlantic Contracting, who received the Contractor Safety Award. These employees all worked a minimum of 1600 hours during 2015 in a supervisory role with no lost time or recordable injuries listed at their locations. This year’s award recipients included the following:

Aggregate Safety Award:

  • Chad Baron, La Plata.
  • James Minter, La Plata.
  • Mark Norris, Accokeek.
  • Jim Gorman, Accokeek.
  • Greg Barr, Rockville.
  • Curtis Neil, Rockville.

Contracting Safety Award:

  • Lance Percich.
  • Gerald Hicks.
  • William Echard.
  • William Wood.
  • Jose Gomez.

MTBMA serves the transportation construction and materials industries in Maryland by combining the resources, membership and expertise of the Maryland Highway Contractors Association and the Maryland Aggregates Association. MTBMA’s safety committee, which manages the annual Safety Awards Banquet, works to identify and address health and safety related issues across all its members’ fields in the industry.

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