Chapter Highlights & News

 

Congratulations Cleveland NTMA Chapter Safety Award Recipients

The NTMA Annual Safety Award survey is based on the OSHA Form 300A which Federal Law requires companies with more than ten employees to complete and post visibly in their plant February 1 through April 30 of the year following the year covered by the form.

The purpose of the survey is to present the top-performing companies with a Safety Award Certificate that can be proudly displayed in their company, as well as provide NTMA the composite data that will alow them to represent the member with OSHA and other regulatory agencies. A company's eligibility to receive this award id determined by a calculation using the number of injuries versus the total number of man-hours worked in that calendar year. Those eligible to recieve this award are among the best in the industry and something the owner and employees should be proud of.

There are a number of Safety Award recipients from the Cleveland NTMA Chapter that we would like to congratulate.
(Photos are of the awards that were presented to those members in attendance at the May 6th chapter meeting.)

Component Repair Technologies

Criterion Tool & Die

Exact Tool & Die

Norman Noble

Trec Industries

Tri-Craft

Valley Tool & Die

 

 

Cleveland NTMA Chatper Tours NASA Plum Brook Station

On Friday, April 12, 2019, the Cleveland NTMA chapter took a tour of the NASA Plum Brook Station in Sandusky, OH. Plum Brook Station is a remote test facility for the NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, OH and is home to four world-class test facilities which perform complex and innovative ground tests for the international space community.

The group saw the Reverberant Acoustic Test Facility which is the world's most powerful spacecraft acoustic test chamber, the In-Space Propulsion Facility which is the world's only facility capable of testing full-scale, upper-stage launch vehicles and rocket engines under simulated high-altitude conditions along with much more.

 

2018 Service Award Recipients

The Cleveland NTMA chapter would like to take a moment to recognize all of the Cleveland NTMA chapter members that received a 2018 NTMA Service Award for their dedication and service to the National Tooling and Machining Association. The NTMA Service Award recognizes those NTMA member companies that are long standing members and we are excited to have so many recipients from the Cleveland chapter this year.

Congratulations on your accomplishment!

25 Years of Service

  • Richard’s Grinding


30 Years of Service

  • Advance Manufacturing Corporation

  • Path Technologies

  • Rochester Manufacturing


35 Years of Service

  • Allied Tool and Die

  • Fre-Mar Industries


40 Years of Service

  • Automation Tool & Die

  • Cardinal Machine Company

  • Exact Tool & Die

  • Faith Tool & Manufacturing


45 Years of Service

  • Diemaster


50 Years of Service

  • Hamilton Mold & Machine


60 Years of Service

  • Criterion Tool & Die


75 Years of Service

  • Jergens

 

2018 Safety Award Recipients

The NTMA Annual Safety Award Survey is based on the OSHA Form 300A which Federal Law requires companies with more than ten employees to complete and post visibly in their plant February 1 through April 30 of the year following the year covered by the form. The purpose of the survey is to present the top-performing companies with an NTMA Safety Award Certificate that can be proudly displayed in their company, as well as provide NTMA the composite data that will allow them to represent the member with OSHA and other regulatory agencies. A company’s eligibility to receive this award is determined by a calculation using the number of injuries versus the total number of man-hours worked in that calendar year. Those eligible to receive this award are among the best in the industry and something the owner and employees should be proud of.

We had nine safety award winners from the Cleveland chapter in 2018.

  • Cardinal Machine

  • Exact Tool & Die

  • Imperial Die & Manufacturing

  • Jergens

  • Nu-Tool Industries

  • Rochester Manufacturing

  • SC Industries

  • Trec Industries

  • Tri-Craft

These Safety Awards were presented at the May 21st Cleveland NTMA chapter meeting to those winning members in attendance. All other Safety Awards were mailed out to the recipients.

 

Matt Schron Meets President Trump!

One of our longtime Cleveland NTMA chapter members, Matt Schron from Jergens, Inc., had the opportunity to meet President Trump earlier this week at the President’s speech in Cincinnati regarding recent tax changes. Matt spoke about how Jergens, Inc. is one of the many business passing along the benefits from the recent tax changes to their employees, while also investing into their future as well. Check out the video below to see NBC’s coverage of both Matt and President Trump.