Posts Tagged ‘ Mike Troutman ’

As COVID Subsides, Companies Say They’re Nearing Normal

Jul 22nd, 2021

With COVID-19 subsiding and in what could be described as a controlled remission, door and window companies report that they’re approaching a full return to business as usual. “I would say that we are 75% of the way going back to pre-pandemic procedures,” says Jay Andreas, CEO of ASI Construction in Burr Ridge, Ill. But […]

In COVID-19’s Aftermath, U.S. Door and Window Businesses Begin Anew

Jun 1st, 2021

On May 13, exactly 14 months or 426 days after the U.S declared a national emergency due to COVID-19, the CDC announced that fully-vaccinated individuals no longer need to wear masks or practice social distancing indoors or outdoors, except under certain circumstances. Following the announcement, New Jersey has ripped off its collective mask and retailers […]

Preventing Accidents and Developing Safety Protocols

Feb 25th, 2021

“Good accident protocol not only protects your company but your team,” said Mike Troutman, vice president of EHS Excellence at MI Windows and Doors. He educated attendees of the Fenestration and Glazing Industry Alliance (FGIA) on how to develop proper accident investigation protocols during the alliance’s virtual annual conference, which ends today. “Don’t push the […]

MI Windows and Doors Earns VPP Star

Aug 9th, 2019

Late last month a five-member team of inspectors from OSHA announced that the MI Windows and Doors’ Hegins plants, located in Pennsylvania’s Schuylkill County, would be awarded the Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Star. The Hegins location is the fourth MI campus to earn the VPP Star, following locations in Gratz, Pa.; Prescott Valley, Ariz.; and […]

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