The Enertech team loves to have fun, but we are also committed to continuously reducing risks and improving the quality of our products. This month the dedication and care taken by our production staff has lead to another big achievement – the celebration of six years without a lost-time accident.

Jennifer Colclazier, Enertech Human Resources Assistant, said, “Looking out for our employees’ safety has become part of our culture! Safety Screenings, education, training, audits, and coaching have been a consistent focus. Safety cannot get pushed to the back burner and it is something our safety committee talks about monthly.”

More than 50 employees work at our production facility in Mitchell, SD. Every employee is an important part of the Enertech family and we are all committed to working together to create a positive and safe working environment.

Some of the ways our Mitchell facility team members prioritize safety include consistently wearing safety glasses, closing doors/drawers after use, following all safety procedures, slowly driving forklifts and watching for others, and working together as a team.

“Safety is priority number one at Enertech.  Each year Enertech participates in voluntary consultative OSHA inspections through South Dakota State University.  As part of that program, Enertech willfully corrects any violations that are found.  This program along with our initial and on-going safety training programs, safety committee and general emphasis on safety from the employees has resulted in this exemplary safety record.  Six years of zero lost time accidents is a milestone many manufacturers will never see. The employees at Mitchell should all be very proud,” said Adam Wells, Enertech Manufacturing Manager.

Congratulations to our team in Mitchell on a safe and successful six years. Thank you for your continued commitment to making Enertech the best it can be. Through the daily leadership of the management team and dedication of each employee, Enertech is achieving our goal of “geothermal made better!”