Jul 29, 2009

Salisbury by Honeywell

Salisbury is Re-Appointed as Platinum Level Training Partner for the National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (NJATC)

Skokie, Ill., July 29, 2009 − Salisbury by Honeywell (NYSE:HON) announces the reappointment of Platinum level Training Partner for the National Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (NJATC). The NJATC has trained over 350,000 apprentices to journeymen status for the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW). The mission of the NJATC is providing NECA and IBEW with the most highly trained electrical workforce in the industry.

Salisbury by Honeywell produces rubber protective equipment, Hot Line brand tools, and Fire Retardant (FR) garments and is committed to providing in-depth knowledgeable training platforms to ensure the safety of all electrical workers. “The IBEW and NECA offer the highest trained workforce in the industry and Salisbury is proud to be a part of that training curriculum,” said Jeff Morris, President of Salisbury by Honeywell. “The NJATC is an important partner for Salisbury and attaining Platinum Training status is a tribute to the commitment of both Salisbury and the NJATC. Working together to ensure the continuance of education and safety for electrical workers associated with NECA and the IBEW.”

NJATC Executive Director Michael Callanan stated, "We cannot be more pleased with the Salisbury by Honeywell team. They have demonstrated over the course of the past five years their commitment to the NJATC, IBEW and NECA... Callanan added that "Salisbury is one of premier Training Partners. They have consistently earned our highest award by working day-in and day-out, year round, to improve the quality and training of our members."

Salisbury by Honeywell has been a training partner with the NJATC for over 10 years and this year will mark the fifth time Salisbury has won this award. Qualifying for Platinum status includes regular training participation with the NJATC on a national level along with support on a local level with individual JATC and IBEW locations. Qualification also includes providing industry updates on regulation and codes for NJATC training curriculums with the purpose of maintaining the safest workplace environment possible.

Visit www.njatc.org for more information on becoming an NJATC Training Partner.


Salisbury by Honeywell, a part of the Honeywell Automation and Control Solutions business group, is an industry leader in providing manufacturing of personal protective equipment and live line tools to protect commercial and industrial electrical workers from the hazards of their job. For more information, visit www.whsalisbury.com

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