United Performance Metals Manager Earns Certificate
Their traffic/safety manager completed the Project Management Certificate Program developed by the Project Management Institute and presented by the Xavier University Leadership Center in Cincinnati, OH.
Brad Butler, the traffic/safety manager for United Performance Metals (Hamilton, OH), has completed the Project Management Certificate Program developed by the Project Management Institute and presented by the Xavier University Leadership Center in Cincinnati, OH.
The Xavier program is built on the content and processes found in the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK), a highly interactive program that develops the essential skills and real-world practices required for project managers to be successful, delivering even the most complex projects on time and on budget, according to specifications.
Human resources/training manager Sherri Davis of United Performance Metals sees the benefits of workforce training as twofold. “Programs like this not only encourage individual staff development, but they also place our employees in the best position to serve our customers.”
United Performance Metals is a leading supplier of specialty stainless steel and high temperature alloys. In business since 1982, the company has experience in serving the needs of customers in diverse markets including aerospace, aircraft, automotive, medical, food service, housewares, petrochemical and many others.
It is one of more than a dozen companies that comprise O’Neal Industries (Birmingham, AL), the U.S.A.’s largest family-owned group of metals service centers. With sales of approximately $2.5 billion in 2011, O’Neal Industries has more than 90 specialized facilities throughout North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. www.upmet.com