Safety First: YKK AP Baltimore Celebrates 800 Days Accident-free!
As one of YKK AP’s 25 Fundamental Behaviors, the principles that guide and bring YKK AP America’s culture to life, we emphasize the importance of being vigilant about safety—Safety First. The ability to create a safe workplace is only proven successful through clear communication between managers and workers alike and through adherence to mutually agreed upon safety standards. The true definition of teamwork.
Each YKK AP employee has inherent dangers they face throughout the day, but some employees are exposed to greater risks through their direct handling of metal. Our hardworking team of eight employees in our Baltimore branch are a part of this high risk group. Each day, they bring tons of metal in and out of the building, which they then cut, drill and shape into thousands of doors and frames. In accordance with the Fundamental Behavior, “Be Vigilant About Safety,” the team recently celebrated 800 days (over two years) of being accident-free! We are so proud of our hardworking Baltimore team for exercising safety first to protect both themselves and their teammates. Congratulations Team YKK AP Baltimore!
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YKK AP Takes Home Two Wins in the 2019 Architectural Products Product Innovation Awards
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YKK AP Donates Windows to Habitat for Humanity in Dublin-Laurens County
We donated windows for the Dublin-Laurens County Habitat for Humanity branch for their next ten houses. “It is because of donations like this from YKK AP America that we at Habitat for Humanity are able to build homes affordably,” said Tracey Kinney, executive director of the Dublin-Laurens County Habitat for Humanity. “We are incredibly grateful […]
Rolling up our sleeves to assist the Las Vegas Rescue Mission
Our Director of Marketing Jamilla Walcott, along with other AIA conference attendees, teamed up with AEC Cares to provide much-needed repairs to the Las Vegas Rescue Mission’s chapel and gym. The updated spaces will be made available for vital services provided to Las Vegas’ homeless and hurting men, women and children.