FMC Corporation’s Agricultural Sciences Plant in Middleport recently hosted its annual Safety Day for plant employees with area first responders and featuring presentations and demonstrations focused on community, home and work safety.
Safety Day event participants included the Middleport Fire Department, Middleport Police Department, Niagara County Sheriff’s Office, WellNow Occupational Health Clinic and the Alzheimer’s Association Western New York Chapter.
Key elements of the day were fire extinguisher and impairment trainings for plant employees.
“Safety Day is a great opportunity for plant employees and first responders to interact in a cooperative effort to keep our employees safe at home, on the job and to benefit the local community,” said Katie Russell, FMC Middleport plant manager. “It is all part of FMC’s ongoing commitment to safety as our core value and empowering employees to always put safety first.”
FMC Corporation’s Agricultural Sciences Plant in Middleport hosts its annual Safety Day for FMC employees to interact with community first responders on ways to ensure safety is a top priority at work, in homes and in the community.
Katie Russell (far right), FMC Middleport plant manager, presents various donations on Safety Day to support needed community services, including $2,000 to the Middleport Fire Department and $1,000 to the Middleport Police Department. Recipients (from left to right) are Regan Ginty, fire department EMT captain; Ryan Czaja, fire department chief; Sgt. Roland Johnson and Officer Joshua Mandaville of the police department; Deputy Nick Ross of the Niagara County Sheriff’s Office; and Nick Reggi, manager of the WellNow Clinic in Lockport.