Ampirical has received five awards from the National Safety Council. These accolades add to a growing list of recognition Ampirical has obtained for always emphasizing a culture surrounded by safety.
“We are honored and humbled to be recognized for our efforts in workplace health and safety,” said Rod Courtney, Health, Safety & Environmental Manager at Ampirical. “It truly is a team effort and every employee in our company takes an active role in the program. These awards are just another affirmation of the safe work our employees put in every day and the dedication of our leaders to ensure safety remains a never yielding value.”
10 or more consecutive years without an occupational injury or illness resulting in days away from work.
Individuals, companies, units and/or facilities that have completed a period of at least 12 consecutive months without incurring an occupational injury or illness that resulted in days away from work or death.
1 million consecutive work hours without an occupational injury or illness resulting in days away from work.
Five or more consecutive years without an occupational injury or illness resulting in days away from work.
Organizations with injury and illness records better than or equal to 50% of the Bureau of Labor Statistics for their NAICS code.
“We at Ampirical, understand you cannot eliminate injuries by managing statistics better,” said Matthew Saaks, President of Ampirical. We will not be satisfied with our performance on any job unless we can say the job was done accident-free and without jeopardy to the health and safety of all those involved.”
For more information on these awards and the National Safety Council visit https://www.nsc.org/nsc-membership/awards-recognition
About National Safety Council
The National Safety Council is America’s leading nonprofit safety advocate – and has been for over 100 years. As a mission-based organization, they focus on eliminating the leading causes of preventable death so people can live their fullest lives. They focus efforts where they can make the greatest impact: workplace, roadway, and impairment.