Stolle Machinery Presents MVCTC Precision Machining Lab with Digital "Safety First" Sign


Stolle Machinery representatives visited the MVCTC Precision Machining lab recently and presented instructor Mike Deeter and his class with a brand-new digital sign that declares "Safety First" and proudly showcases the impressive number of days since the last lost time incident in the MVCTC lab.

This generous contribution from Stolle Machinery is a constant reminder of the commitment to safety within the Precision Machining program. The digital sign currently displays an outstanding count of over 4,625 days since the last lost time incident.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Stolle Machinery for their continuous support of the Precision Machining program. Not only have they enriched the learning environment with this thoughtful addition, but they also actively contribute to the development of our students. In fact, Stolle Machinery currently employs two of our senior students.

This collaboration between MVCTC and Stolle Machinery is a shining example of the positive impact of strong partnerships on education and industry. Together, we look forward to fostering a culture of safety, excellence, and success within the Precision Machining program.