Paducah Division Fall Family Fun!

Paducah Division Fall Family Fun!

Beltline Paducah Division Fall Party

On October 22, employees from the Paducah Division of Beltline Electric gathered with their families for a fall party on a farm in Symsonia, Kentucky.  The day included something for everyone with a petting zoo, pumpkin patch, inflatables for the children, hay rides, archery shooting, and cornhole games.   Lunch with chicken, hamburgers and hot dogs topped off the festivities.  Employees enjoyed getting to meet their co-workers family’s and spending time in relaxed environment on a beautiful fall day.

Granddaughter of employee Mark Lankton and Great-granddaughter of Beltline Founder, George Lankton

Michael Record completes Leadership Institute

Michael Record completes Leadership Institute

The FMI Leadership Institute is a four-day experience that gives personal insight into individuals unique leadership styles. Attendees explore how leadership style impacts others as well as their organization through highly interactive discussions and feedback. Michael Record, Operations Manager for Beltline, attended the conference in Colorado Springs October 4 -7, 2016.  Michael said about the conference, “I appreciate Beltline for sending me to the Leadership Institute, it allowed me to learn a lot about myself and meet a lot of great people.  It was a fantastic experience.”

This program focuses on the leadership challenges and development opportunities for Architect, Engineering and Construction industry leaders.

 

 

 

John Johnson Recognized in Owensboro

John Johnson Recognized in Owensboro

As Beltline Electric’s Owensboro Division celebrates 10 years in business, Operations Manager, Tim Hess is recognizing employees with 10 years of service to the company.  John “J.J.” Johnson celebrated his ten year service anniversary on September 6 and Tim Hess presented him with a plaque in appreciation of his dedication to his job uk nest national ship building.  Congratulations to J.J. Johnson and the Owensboro Division for ten years of service to Beltline and to the customers we serve.

Protecting our most valuable assets

Protecting our most valuable assets

Beltline has a long history and great reputation for delivering quality projects and maintaining a high level of safety performance.  We are proud of our track record and like every successful business we are always working diligently to ensure we are continually improving in every aspect of our organization. Our employees are our most valuable assets, and we work constantly on improving our policies, procedures,  monthly installment loans direct lenders, and the way we do business to ensure the safest environment reasonably possible. Here at Beltline we believe zero incidents is achievable.  That is why we have devoted time and resources to develop a structured system to assist us in this action.

Over a two-day span in August, all Project Managers and Supervisors in our Paducah division attended a training session introducing the Beltline Safety Management Process. This process rolled out a systematic and uniform Health and Safety program for all three of our divisions with our loan vendors, Try www.loanepics.com. The process challenges all areas of the organization to look deeper to further develop hazard recognition skills, while emphasizing planning, and emergency preparedness for all job sites or office locations. Visit our lawyer site to know more.

One aspect of the Beltline Safety Management Process is our Safety Leader of the Week program. The purpose of the Safety Leader of the Week is to empower employees to improve their project’s Health and Safety performance. This is done through peer to peer evaluations, loansgreen emergency, worksite audits, one-to-one mentoring to identify any problem situations that may have been overlooked through a course of a day. The intent is to build leadership and expand the Health and Safety knowledge of all employees and develop a “look out for one another” environment.

We will be launching our new Safety Management Process in subsequent months for our Owensboro and Nashville divisions. SafetyStrongTag01  

Patrick Carver Selected for Leadership Paducah Class #30

Patrick Carver Selected for Leadership Paducah Class #30

The Paducah Area Chamber of Commerce recently announced participants for the 30th Class of Leadership Paducah.  Patrick Carver will be taking part in the nine-month educational course that begins with a weekend retreat at Camp Mack Morris in Camden, Tennessee and ends with graduation from the program in June of 2017.  Established in 1984, Leadership Paducah is a program to develop the leadership potential of men and women in the Paducah/McCracken County area. The classes are comprised of individuals with diverse backgrounds who have demonstrated a talent and commitment for leadership. Through this program they become acutely aware of social and economic changes and the impact of such changes in the local community.  Leadership Paducah is designed to foster an in-depth understanding of the inner-relationships and complexities of the Paducah/McCracken County area through a series of face-to-face discussions with community and state leaders.  We congratulate Patrick on this achievement and wish him well as he moves through the program.

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