NCMA/ICPI 2018 Safety Awards Program Winners Announced

150 plants were honored for their commitment to keeping safe manufacturing environments.


[HERNDON, Va. – May 23, 2019] The National Concrete Masonry Association (NCMA) and the Interlocking Concrete Pavement Institute (ICPI), two of the premiere trade associations within the concrete products industry, are pleased to announce the winners of the 2018 NCMA/ICPI Safety Awards.

The prestigious honor is bestowed annually upon plants that demonstrate a commitment to the well-being of their employees and their work environment. An impressive 150 awards were given out to manufacturing locations throughout North America that boast exemplary records.

To view the list of winners, click here.

“These members, of both NCMA and ICPI, are not only award holders but together they exist as the paradigm for our industry,” said NCMA President Bob Thomas. “Practicing safe manufacturing processes are more than fundamental, they’re paramount. We’re so proud to be associated with these member organizations and it’s encouraging to see this program effectively highlighting such commitment.”

“The NCMA/ICPI program recognizes safety-conscious manufacturers and suppliers and we couldn’t be more behind it,” said ICPI Executive Director Charles McGrath. “Safety is not only great business, but it’s promotes a positive work culture, and morale. While honoring a good record we’re also honoring responsible businesses. And that’s extremely promising for our industry as a whole.”

Participants were eligible for awards through their OSHA 300A logs or equivalent Canadian injury reports from January 1 to December 31 2018. Milestone Awards are given to facilities with more than five consecutive years of Safety Award Program entries with zero OSHA/Canadian injury report injuries. Platinum (highest level of single year achievement), Gold and Silver awards are given based on two formulas, one for Incident Rate (IR) and Days Away for Restrictions and Transfer Rate (DART).

For more on the awards, click here.

Published May 22, 2019
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