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Muskegon Castings Operates After Fire Muskegon Castings (Muskegon,


Michigan) is operating after a March fire. According to a report from aluminuminsider.com, Muskegon Cast- ings has moved to multiple buildings in the area. T e report said the company’s building was destroyed, but all 40 employ-


ees who were present were unharmed. Muskegon Castings, the report said, is


still supplying its main client Subaru. “We are blessed with the fact we have


four other facilities in the area, and we were able to get in after the fi re and pull out and remove all the tooling for our customers,” said John Essex, CEO of


parent company Port City Group. Essex told aluminuminsider.com that the company didn’t know if it would rebuild on the same site. “We have some fl oor space we could


utilize at the other facilities,” Essex said. “We’re still weighing our options on building” a replacement plant.”


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(Etowah, Tennessee) gave free certifi ed OSHA training to par- ticipants of a local program. According to a report from The Chatanoogan, Gordon Mi- chaud, maintenance department training coordinator at Wau- paca, taught OSHA 10 classes to members of The Refuge, a program to help disadvantaged people train for employment. Waupaca teamed with Cleveland


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State Community College’s One- Source Workforce Development. “Education and training build sustainability for those who seek it out and follow through,” Michaud said, according to the report. “T e training provides entry level general industry workers’ safety information so people with no experience in an industrial setting have the information needed to help them work safely in an industrial fi eld.” “We have great people who


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work hard every day,” Sam Greene, plant manager, told T e Chatanoogan. “We support their eff orts to volunteer in our community. Our organization is successful thanks to our work force so it’s our turn to help the community where we can.” The report said that Waupaca


covered the cost for 20 participants.


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