Hatteras/Cabo honored for safety in N.C.

Hatteras/Cabo Yachts was honored by the North Carolina Department of Labor.
Author:
Updated:
Original:
From left: Hatteras Yachts vice president of manufacturing Tim Varner and EH&S specialist Hezekiah Harper, commissioner Cherie Berry, and honoree Tommy Ormond, Hatteras Yachts group leader.

From left: Hatteras Yachts vice president of manufacturing Tim Varner and EH&S specialist Hezekiah Harper, commissioner Cherie Berry, and honoree Tommy Ormond, Hatteras Yachts group leader.

Hatteras and Cabo Yachts was honored by the North Carolina Department of Labor in a ceremony held on June 13 in Kinston, N.C.

Commissioner of Labor Cherie Berry presented Hatteras with two certificates recognizing the New Bern, N.C., manufacturer’s outstanding safety record.

“Safety in the workplace is our primary goal as we build high-quality luxury yachts here in New Bern,” Hatteras and Cabo Yachts CEO Kelly Grindle said in a statement. “I am proud of our workers for maintaining such an outstanding safety and health record, and I congratulate Tommy Ormond for his exceptional safety record as well.”

The first was a certificate of special recognition of Hatteras and Cabo Yachts for One Million Employee Hours with no injuries that resulted in lost workdays from June 16, 2015 through Aug. 2.

The second was the Certificate of Safety Achievement, Second Consecutive Year Gold, in recognition of the safety and health efforts of Hatteras and Cabo Yachts that resulted in reduction of injuries and illnesses and the promotion of safer working conditions in 2016.

Also recognized at the ceremony was Hatteras Yachts group leader Tommy Ormond, who has been employed by the builder for 45 years, 9 months without a lost-time accident.

Related

Viking Holds Vaccination Event

The New Jersey-based builder is working with local healthcare providers to offer Covid-19 shots to employees and their families.

Bellingham to Supply Dock for Superyacht Marina

Bellingham Marine will design and install a floating concrete dock system at Hurricane Hole Superyacht Marina in the Bahamas.

Off the Charts

Even as builders faced order backlogs and product shortages, registrations continued to soar in March.

Maverick Boat Group Expands

The Florida-based builder plans to increase production capacity by 30 percent and add 150 new jobs.

Polaris Names CEO and CFO

Previously interim executives, Michael Speetzen was named the CEO and Bob Mack the CFO of the Minnesota-based powersports company.

Sanlorenzo Reports Q1 Financials

The Italian builder continues to gain market share and expects to debut five models at Cannes in September and launch three new lines in 2022.