Safety Incentive Program Winners

Written on:June 23, 2017
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June 2017

Congratulations to the winners of the Safety Incentive Program for the month of June. Each winner has earned themselves $125 gift cards for their commitment to safety.

  • Tammy MitchellIndiana Transmission Plant 2
  • Autumn BryantFCA Warren Truck Assembly
  • Robert HowardFCA Conner Assembly
  • Johnathon ChandlerFCA Sterling Stamping

You too could be a winner in the next drawing. Simply work safe and be free of recordable injuries and safety violations for 3 consecutive months to be entered to win. Do it all year and qualify for the
$250 gift card annual drawing. We pick 4 winners every month, as well as 4 annual winners. Just our way of saying thank you for making safety your overriding priority.

Learn more about our Safety Program

June 2017 Safety winners

Top L to R: Nina Marcero, Johnathon Chandler, Jo Lawrence (FCA Sterling Stamping); Robert Howard (FCA Conner Assembly Plant)
Bottom L to R: Austin Whitehead with Tammy Mitchell (FCA Indiana Transmission Plant #2); Autumn Bryant with Willie Cheatham (FCA Warren Truck Assembly Plant)

May 2017 Safety Program Winners

Written on:May 31, 2017

Safety Is Our Overriding Priority Congratulations to the May 2017 Safety Incentive Program and Management Review Meeting winners. Safety Incentive Program: Tameka Johnson (AK Steel – Dearborn) Christopher Smith (GM Grand Rapids Components) Jason Smedley (FCA Winchester PDC) Brandi Cheek (GM Kokomo Components) Management Review Meeting – GM Fort Wayne Assembly: Jesse Stafford Dianne Young-Baker Rolanda White Learn more about our Safety Program.


General Motors Awards Caravan

Written on:May 10, 2017
Caravan receives award from GM

GM Supplier IMPACT Awards Meeting Award Caravan was extremely proud to be recognized on May 4, 2017 at the General Motors Supplier IMPACT awards meeting.  The Supplier IMPACT awards recognize the TOP 50 suppliers who have excelled in Tier 2 diversity spend. We were honored with the PLATINUM award, which is awarded to suppliers who have excelled in TWO additional area beyond the Top 50 spend.  Caravan excelled in the…


CFM Safety Talk

Written on:May 2, 2017

Electrical Safety Avoiding electrical shocks both at home and at work requires awareness of the safety hazards and a respect for this “Silent Killer.”  The human body has a low resistance to electricity, making it a good conductor, like most metals. Unlike metals however, the human body does not respond well when electricity passes through it.  Physical results include thermal burns, disruption of normal heart activity, severe muscle contractions, and…


Mobile Equipment Pedestrian Safety

Written on:April 28, 2017

Pedestrian Safety Those who drive forklifts and other mobile equipment have a responsibility to drive safely and be on the lookout for pedestrians.  Because of their design, with masts and roll cages, forklifts in particular have limited visibility.  Incidents involving pedestrians rarely occur, but when they do, the injuries are almost always serious. But it is not just the driver’s responsibility.  Pedestrians have the responsibility to stay alert and use…