Ingersoll Rand Campbellsville, KY Plant Wins Governor's Safety Award
Nearly 150 Ingersoll Rand employees of the Campbellsville, Kentucky plant enjoyed a celebration of safety this week – 12 years of no lost time incidents! That's 5 million hours! At the event, Ingersoll Rand employees were able to speak about their experiences with the company. These employees really set the tone of dedication as they looked forward to passing on the plant's tradition to the next generation.
Employees were treated to a catered lunch, branded jackets, which noted the special occasion, and a visit from our Ingersoll Rand Racing hauler. DJ Copp, former NASCAR tire-changer, ran a 16 person bracket-style competition for two pairs of NASCAR pit passes as well.
After lunch, several high-level members of Kentucky’s government, along with senior Ingersoll Rand leaders, addressed the employees. Sen. Jimmy Higdon and Rep. Jim “Bam” Carney congratulated the plant for the accomplishment. Secretary of the Kentucky Labor Cabinet, Mark Brown, also addressed the crowd and presented the Governor’s Safety Award. Joe Wolfsberger, Ingersoll Rand’s vice president for environmental health and safety, presented a plaque to Dale Judd, the plant’s material manager, who has worked there for almost 42 years.
The Campbellsville, KY facility produces reciprocating air compressors and small rotary air compressors. www.irco.com