A former NaffCo firefighter has been moved to Nattuck, Michigan, as part of a firefighting shift at the company.
The move comes after a series of recent events including a string of deaths in Michigan, and the company’s decision to close two of its factories in Michigan.
Naffco is the biggest firefighting company in the United States, with over 2,000 employees.
The company is also part of the American Fire Protection Association (AFPA), which includes some of the largest firefighting companies in the world.
“The shift will help our firefighters in Nattucks new role and help keep the organization safe and protect our employees,” Naffca Firefighter Joe Fortunato said in a statement.
Nattuck fire fighters were sent to the area in January after a suspected arson attack on the Nattucket factory.
The incident was the third time in six years that arson was reported on the facility.
Naccco confirmed that the firefighting move will occur on Monday.
The Nattucking plant is located in the town of Nattuca on the eastern side of Michigan, a city of about 40,000 people in the heart of the state.