Delta Aircraft Maintenance in Denver Designated OSHA Voluntary Protection Programs Star Site

Published on : Friday, January 10, 2014

Delta-40-AircraftThe U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration today recognized Delta Air Lines’ Technical Operations in Denver as its newest Voluntary Protection Programs Star site. Delta — the first major airline participant in the VPP program — now operates 15 airport and aircraft maintenance locations across the United States with the Star site designation. Additionally, Delta is one of only five organizations that is approved as a corporate participant in the Voluntary Protection Programs.

“We believe the ultimate foundation of dignity and respect for Delta people is the ability to work in a safe environment,” said John Laughter, senior vice president – Corporate Safety, Security and Compliance. “I applaud the Denver TechOps team for their unwavering commitment to run a safe and reliable operation for our employees and customers.”

Delta’s Denver TechOps facility met the multipoint safety and health analysis and successfully completed an intensive on-site inspection by OSHA staff for VPP, which builds on the safety and health programs already in place with a focused safety management system that addresses management leadership and employee involvement, worksite analysis, hazard prevention and control, and safety and health training.

The airline began participating in the VPP program in 2001 when its 2.7 million-square-feet Atlanta Technical Operations facility became the first aircraft maintenance base in the industry to earn Star site status. Other locations with Star status include additional facilities in Atlanta; Augusta, Ga.; Colorado Springs, Colo.; Columbus, Ohio; Washington, D.C.; Melbourne, Fla.; Jacksonville, Fla.; Dayton, Ohio; Savannah, Ga. and St. Louis. Additionally, Delta wholly owned subsidiary DAL Global Services maintains Star status at Columbus, Ohio; Colorado Springs, Colo.; and Jacksonville, Fla.

OSHA VPP is an initiative designed to recognize workplaces with outstanding safety systems and performance. Throughout the process, employees and OSHA establish cooperative relationships at workplaces that have implemented a comprehensive safety and health management system and have achieved an exemplary record of occupational safety and health among their employees. Less than one percent of the 10 million work sites in the United States share this distinction.

Source:- Delta Air

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