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Safety Practices Prevent Spill At Shipyard

Safety Practices Prevent Spill At Shipyard

Teammates Kendall Wheeler and Larry Joyal were recognized at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard for noticing loose fittings on a subcontractor’s excavator. Due to a spill the previous day, it was asked of the team to make sure thorough inspections on all equipment were being done. Rather than just inspecting Methuen’s equipment, Kendall and Larry looked at the equipment a subcontractor had on site, they noticed loose fittings on a hydraulic hose and reported it. This is extremely important at the Shipyard because no matter the size of a hydraulic spill it needs to be reported, and in the event of spills 10 gallons or more it must be reported to the state of Maine.

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