Stay tuned for details on the 2023 Safety Trainings!
PLC Spring Logger and Fleet Safety Training 2022 final session getting underway May 25 at PLC Member TNT Road Company in Fort Kent. The training series set new records in 2022, with 688 attending the Logger Trainings and 270 attending Fleet and CPR. Thank you to all who attended and to those who hosted and sponsored the trainings. See you again in 2023!
*This will be updated for 2023
Thank you 2022 Safety Sponsors:
Cross Insurance – Presenting & Prize
Acadia Insurance- Presenting
Barry Equipment- Logger Lunch
TR Dillon Logging, Inc. – Fleet Lunch
Chalmers Insurance – Breakfast
Memic – Knowledge Check & Prize
Farm Credit East – Break
United Insurance – Break
Anderson Equipment – Break
Sappi – Prize
Hale Brake & Tire -Prize
Northeast Center for Occupational Health and Safety in Ag, Forestry and Fishing (NEC) – Prize
Acuity – Prize
Readfield Insurance – Prize
Traction Heavy Duty – Prize
PLC Safety Training:
PLC Safety trainings are a benefit for PLC membership for all employees. We encourage participation yearly to ensure a culture of safety is fostered by all of our PLC members. The training classes are held conveniently throughout the state at the garages of a hosting PLC member. Breakfast and lunch are served. Topics change yearly based on the biggest risks identified by the insurance industry and topics that are requested by contractors. Our safety training’s qualify for CLP credit for renewal. We will notify the CLP of your participation.
Since 2011, How many people has the PLC trained at Spring Safety Trainings?
Safety, Our #1 Priority
Since the PLC of Maine started more than 25 years ago, there are several initiatives that have benefited the membership and the logging industry in Maine. One initiative is the Acadia Insurance Dividend Program, which has returned over $10.5 million to PLC members since its inception in 1999.
The PLC takes the issue of safety seriously and encourages PLC members to commitment to safety, not only to reap the benefits of the Dividend Program, but to protect employees, lower costs and sustain the longevity of businesses.
The PLC is committed to the safety and well being of its membership for the very same reasons. In the long run, if someone does not go home at night because of a life threatening injury, the risks do not outweigh the rewards.