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ALL EMPLOYEE - Safety Training

ALL EMPLOYEE Safety Meeting

Date:  10-15-2008 (Wednesday)

Time:  6:30AM

Location:  Northland Inn (Wadsworth Room)

Join us for breakfast and a great safety training session presented by Noble Rainville (Loss Prevention Specialist, Kraus-Anderson).


Electrician Spotlight - Reed Sponsler

As most of you know, Rick Moen has led our Low Voltage groups Energy Managment project for the better part of the last 3 years.  One of the keys to his success is the electricians who are on the line working on his projects and providing the daily expertise that ensure successful installations for both Automated Logic (ALC) and Johnson Controls (JCI). Yesterday, Rick recieved an email from Chris Weyandt (JCI), and I thought it appropriate to share it with you. 



I was informed yesterday that MMC [Metropolitan Mechanical Corp.] expressed that they were pleased with Reed's performance at Macalester Athletic and Rec Center.  I worked with Reed for about a month on that job and feel that he is an excellent electrician in both his attention to detail and his clean, organized installations.  I look forward to working with you and Reed on future jobs.



This is the norm and not the exception at Mayer Electric with all of our electricians who have been and continue to be the corner stone of our success.  

Your effort and skill are recognized and appreciated. 

Keep up the GREAT work!


UPDATE:  ARC Flash Training

Everyone is asked to come to Border States Electric Supply in Brooklyn Park for training on the NFPA 70E Arc Flash rules.

Border States is hosting this training session for Mayer Electric employees only and will be supplying a Pizza dinner.

Date:  Wednesday, August 20th

Time:  3:00PM

Location:  Border States Electric

               9100 Wyoming Ave N

               Suite 550

               Brooklyn Park, MN 55445

NOTE:  This class is worth 4 CODE CREDIT HOURS and you will receive an ARC Flash certification for attending.  Contact Jerry Sultvedt for more details.


Michah Haeckler Accident                                                       08/13/08

Michah was working Wednesday morning and came in contact with electricity while trying to finish an office space remodel in Bloomington.

The incident stopped Michah's heart. Workers on site administered CPR and used an AED until and ambulance arrived and took Michah to Southdale Medical Center.

Michah was resuscitated and the doctors at Southdale have stabilized him.

Michah was moved this afternoon from the emergency room to the Intensive Care Unit where he is now.

The Doctor said, "The fast action of the people on site doing exactly the right things, saved Michah's life today!"

Thank you Jerry and Mike from Paul's Architectural Woodcraft as well as Wendy from Toepher International and The Bloomington paramedics!

Everyone at Mayer Electric wishes him well and is pulling for him.

Southdale/Fairview Hospital Address:
6401 France Ave. S.
Edina, MN 55435
Phone: 952-924-5000



UPDATE: Michah Haeckler Accident
7:00pm 08/13/08

Michah regained consciencenouss this evening and is recovering still in the ICU.

His family is with him and he is talking & aware of what happened today.


UPDATE: Michah Haeckler Accident
10:00am 8/14/08

One of our electricians stopped in to check on Michah at the hospital told Marty that Michah is acting normal and looks really good! 

Michah is still in the ICU, but will be moved to a regular room sometime today and may possibly release him to go home tomorrow.


UPDATE: Michah Haeckler Accident
3:00pm 8/14/08

Marty just returned from the hospital where I got a chance to visit with
Michah and find out how he was feeling.

He looks really good, and seems to be feeling pretty well also. Michah
said he remembers working in that junction box - and the next thing he
remembers, he was in the hospital!

The doctors are planning on releasing him tomorrow so he should be home
for the weekend.

Michah is in Room 614 at Southdale/Fairview hospital, Edina.


UPDATE: Michah Haeckler Accident
11:48am 8/19/08

GREAT NEWS!  Micah is now home and doing well.  He will be attending tomorrows ARC Flash training so you all can take advantage of this and attend to visit with him.

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