Occupational Excellence Achievement Award

National Safety Council - M. J. Electric, LLC

MJE has been honored with both the 2016 and 2017 National Safety Council Occupational Excellence Achievement Award. This award is received by companies who achieve an OSHA Total Lost Workday Incident Rate less than 50% of the national average based on the NAICS code for Utility System Construction.

The criteria used to determine award recipients include:

  • Lost workday case incident rate better than or equal to 50% of the BLS rating for your NAICS code in the past calendar year
  • Zero fatalities during previous calendar year
  • Based on self-reported data

Million Safe Work Hours Award

National Safety Council - Lake Side II Power Project – PCI

The Million Safe Work Hours Award was given in recognition of zero work-related illnesses involving time away from work for at least 1 million consecutive work hours, zero injuries involving time away from work for at least 1 million consecutive work hours, and zero fatalities for at least 1 million consecutive work hours.


Perfect Record Award

National Safety Council - Industrial, Power & Controls Division

The Perfect Record Award was given in recognition of Industrial Power & Controls Division operating 712,237 employee hours without occupational injury or illness involving days away from work February 1, 2012 – February 2, 2014.


Contractor Safety Award for Achievement

Construction Advancement Foundation (CAF) and Northwest Indiana Business Roundtable (NWIBRT) - BP Safe Project Status

The Contractor Safety Award for Achievement was given in recognition for excellence in safety, standards, innovation and development in the construction industry during the past year.


President's Cup Safety Award

CH2M Hill - Harry Allen Power Station

The President’s Cup Safety Award was given in recognition of meeting or exceeding criteria. Criteria included an OSHA incident rate of 3.00 or lower, 100% compliance of safety program, and working a minimum of 5,000 hours on ECCS sites.


Golden Gate Partnership Recognition Award

CAL/OSHA PARTNERSHIP - Magnolia Power Plant

The Golden Gate Partnership Recognition Award is given in recognition of safety excellence at the 310 MW Magnolia Power Plant. The plant was recognized as Plant of the Year in 2005.

“Faced with significant challenges, your employees demonstrated the leadership, initiative, dedication to safety, and team approach throughout this entire effort. Each challenge ranging from sub-freezing temperatures, inclement weather, cramped work spaces, conflicting priorities, and discovery of new work, was met with the same spirit of cooperation and problem solving that allowed us to continue to move forward and even beat the earliest return to service date and original cost estimates.”

Public Service of New Mexico
San Juan Generating Station
Waterflow, NM

OSHA Partnership Award

Black & Veatch - Grand Avenue Switching Station

The OSHA Partnership Award was given in recognition of efforts to help make the United Illuminating Grand Avenue Switching Station modernization project a successful OSHA partnership.


Safety Performance Award

ENERGY COALITION FOR CONTRACTOR SAFETY - North Dakota Projects

The Safety Performance Award was given in recognition of meeting or exceeding criteria. The criteria includes an OSHA incident rate of 3.00 or lower, 100% compliance of our safety program, and working a minimum of 5,000 hours on ECCS sites.


OSHA Certificate of Appreciation

OSHA - M. J. Electric, LLC

The OSHA Certificate of Appreciation was given in recognition of MJE’s commitment to workplace safety and health.


Excellence in Safety Certificate

RMT Windconnect - Fowler Ridge Wind Farm

The Excellence in Safety Certificate was given in recognition of jobsite safety excellence while building the Fowler Ridge Wind Farm in Indiana.


OSHA Certificate of Commendation

OSHA - Weston 4 - Instrumentation

The OSHA Certificate of Commendation was given in recognition of implementing an effective safety and health program that resulted in very low injury and illness rates.


Occupational Excellence Achievement Award

National Safety Council - M. J. Electric, LLC

The Occupational Excellence Achievement Award was given in recognition of reported injuries and illnesses that involved days away from work equal to or less than 50% of the BLS rating for their 6-digit NAICS code and have had no fatalities during a calendar year, January 1 through December 31.

“I want to tell you personally how appreciative I was that M. J. Electric answered our call for help and what a huge difference your team made in our restoration efforts.  Our customers and the general public were safely and effectively placed back into service.”

Minnesota Power
Storm Response
Duluth, MN

Plant of the Year

Power Engineering Magazine - Silverhawk Power Plant

In 2004, Power Engineering Magazine listed the Silverhawk Power Plant as the 2004 Project of the Year. MJE’s Process Controls and Instrumentation Division completed the instrumentation and control installation for the 570 MW Silverhawk Combined Cycle Generating Station in Las Vegas, NV.


Plant of the Year

Platts Power Magazine - Magnolia Power Plant

In 2005, Platts Power Magazine listed the Magnolia Power Plant as the 2005 Plant of the Year. MJE completed the electrical installation for the new 310 MW Magnolia Plant in Burbank, California. The Magnolia Plant also earned the Golden Gate Partnership Recognition Award in 2005.


Plant of the Year

Power Magazine - Weston 4 Power Plant

In 2008, Power Magazine listed Weston 4 as the Plant of the Year. MJE’s Process Controls and Instrumentation Division (PCI) completed the control and instrumentation construction for the new 500 MW coal-fired power plant. PCI also earned the OSHA Certificate of Commendation for their safety performance at Weston 4.


Edison Award

The Edison Electric Institute - Bethel-Norwalk Transmission Line

In 2009, The Edison Electric Institute, the association of publicly-owned electric companies, awarded the industry`s highest honor, the Edison Award, to projects where M. J. Electric was involved with the construction. The Edison Award recognizes U.S. and international electric companies for outstanding leadership, innovation and advancement of the electric industry. Two Edison Awards were presented in 2009. The award winning projects were Northeast Utilities’ Bethel-Norwalk Transmission Line Project and American Transmission Company’s Arrowhead-Weston Transmission Line project. The Bethel-Norwalk 345/115 kV Transmission Line was part of a major, multi-year transmission upgrade in southwest Connecticut. Before construction, this area was designated by FERC (Federal Energy Regulatory Commission) as one of the nation’s most severely congested. The Bethel-Norwalk Transmission Line was completed and energized in 2006. Through June 2009, the Bethel-Norwalk project had already generated more than $150 million in congestion-related savings.


Edison Award

The Edison Electric Institute - Arrowhead-Weston Transmission Line

In 2009, The Edison Electric Institute, the association of publicly-owned electric companies, awarded the industry`s highest honor, the Edison Award, to projects where M. J. Electric was involved with the construction. The Edison Award recognizes U.S. and international electric companies for outstanding leadership, innovation and advancement of the electric industry. Two Edison Awards were presented in 2009. The award winning projects were American Transmission Company’s Arrowhead-Weston Transmission Line project and Northeast Utilities’ Bethel-Norwalk Transmission Line Project. The 220-mile Arrowhead-Weston 345 kV Transmission Line between Wausau, WI and Duluth, MN significantly improved reliability in northern Wisconsin. Arrowhead-Weston transfers larger amounts of lower-cost electricity which reduced costs by $5.1 million to electric customers after one year in service.

“After just one day we could see that they were professionals that did not need additional coaching or watching as we had to do with the other contractors assigned to us. When they completed a feeder, we sent scouts behind them to catch any misses or go backs. They had little or none compared to others. What was very surprising to us was that I found that the men were fixing or replacing street lights when repairing secondary or replacing a pole. No other contractor did this. Other contractors could take notes on how M. J. Electric manages their resources and how they are professionalized in utility operations. My hat is off to you for having such people on your staff working for you. They are an asset that many of us dream about.”

Entergy
Maintenance and Storm Response
Various
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