Hart Energy recognized Lacy with the “Impactful Veterans in Energy” honor, recognizing his significant contribution….
PLH Group continues to identify and mitigate potential safety hazards, like those associated with handling equipment and materials.
Panelists discussed the pandemic’s impacts and what the future holds for the electric transmission and substation business.
With safety as a workplace priority, PLH Group teams take time each day to talk about how to identify and mitigate potential hazards.
PLH Group discusses within our teams when hearing protection must be worn and ensure the teams are protecting themselves.
PLH Group is taking a proactive approach to distractions in the workplace with the Go Home Safe campaign.
PLH Group’s Utility safety & operations professions joined fellow industry experts for the iP Utility Safety Conference and Expo.
PLH Group business units – those in the office and field – have donated their own money to assist those most impacted by recent disasters.
During COVID-19, electric transmission companies have had to adapt their operations while continuing to ensure safe & reliable delivery.
With over 3,000 employees , PLH Group wants all employees to drive safely, keeping each other and communities served safe.