Michigan Department of Consumer & Industry Services to Recognize Woolf Aircraft Products in Romulus for Ergonomic Innovation on May 2

Apr 30, 2001, 01:00 ET from Michigan Department of Consumer & Industry Services

    LANSING, Mich., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Woolf Aircraft Products, Inc.
 will receive the Ergonomic Innovation Award from the Michigan Department of
 Consumer & Industry Services (CIS) on Wednesday, May 2, at 9:30 a.m., at 6401
 Cogswell Rd., Romulus.
     The Ergonomic Innovation Award is issued to employers by the CIS Bureau of
 Safety and Regulation's (BSR) Consultation Education & Training (CET) Division
 for innovative ideas which have been implemented to reduce worker strain.
     Since 1942, Woolf Aircraft has produced high quality tubular parts,
 weldments and sheet metal fabrications to customer specifications from one to
 several thousand parts and employs nearly 80 workers.  The award is being
 presented to the Romulus fabrication facility in recognition of their
 ergonomic innovations.  The company has made significant ergonomic
 improvements that benefit various employees who perform repetitious operations
 in their work assignments.
     CET Supervisor Sheila Ide will present the award to Woolf Aircraft
 President and Owner Dan Woolf, and safety committee members Leonard Pavilanis
 and Tim Downey.  The plant is shutting down production so all employees can
 attend the award presentation.
 
     EVENT:     CIS Ergonomic Innovation Award Presentation
     DATE:      Wednesday, May 2, 2001
     TIME:      9:30 a.m.
     LOCATION:  Woolf Aircraft Products, Inc.
                6401 Cogswell Rd., Romulus
 
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SOURCE Michigan Department of Consumer & Industry Services
    LANSING, Mich., April 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Woolf Aircraft Products, Inc.
 will receive the Ergonomic Innovation Award from the Michigan Department of
 Consumer & Industry Services (CIS) on Wednesday, May 2, at 9:30 a.m., at 6401
 Cogswell Rd., Romulus.
     The Ergonomic Innovation Award is issued to employers by the CIS Bureau of
 Safety and Regulation's (BSR) Consultation Education & Training (CET) Division
 for innovative ideas which have been implemented to reduce worker strain.
     Since 1942, Woolf Aircraft has produced high quality tubular parts,
 weldments and sheet metal fabrications to customer specifications from one to
 several thousand parts and employs nearly 80 workers.  The award is being
 presented to the Romulus fabrication facility in recognition of their
 ergonomic innovations.  The company has made significant ergonomic
 improvements that benefit various employees who perform repetitious operations
 in their work assignments.
     CET Supervisor Sheila Ide will present the award to Woolf Aircraft
 President and Owner Dan Woolf, and safety committee members Leonard Pavilanis
 and Tim Downey.  The plant is shutting down production so all employees can
 attend the award presentation.
 
     EVENT:     CIS Ergonomic Innovation Award Presentation
     DATE:      Wednesday, May 2, 2001
     TIME:      9:30 a.m.
     LOCATION:  Woolf Aircraft Products, Inc.
                6401 Cogswell Rd., Romulus
 
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