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The Wisconsin Safety Council has what you need to know about safety issues that affect your industry and your organization. And we'll show you how to make that information work for you.
Membership offers practical solutions to the safety challenges you face everyday. Valuable information, resources and programs can help you and your employees build and support effective safety initiatives on the job, on the road and in your homes and communities.
When you join, everyone at your company can take advantage of these core membership benefits and privileges:
- Free use of Library Services
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- Significant discounts on products and training
- Registration discounts at our many Annual Conferences
Your primary contact also receives additional benefits based on the number of employees covered under your membership.
Sentry Equipment Corp. Celebrates 14 Years without a Lost Time Accident
SENTRY EQUIPMENT CORP., an employee-owned company in Oconomowoc, recently celebrated 14 years without a lost time industrial accident. Sentry engineers and manufactures and components for collecting representative samples of steam, water, gas, liquid, slurry and bulk solids. Sentry attributes this milestone to quality people, state-of-the-art facility and management's commitment to Safety. Pictured, below, are 1st and 2nd shift shop employees.
Grande Cheese Company Celebrates 1 Million Hours ... And Counting
The Wisconsin Safety Council was honored to tour and attend a celebration at the Wyocena facility where they celebrated achieving 1 million hours without a lost time injury... and counting. The three-day celebration included a presentation to recognize their achievements, safety posters, apparel, and a variety of specialty foods made with Grande cheese. There was also a dedication for an outdoor gazebo to recognize all associates in their continued safety efforts. The health and safety of all Grande Associates is of paramount importance.
|WSC Director Janie Ritter presents Award to Phil Bono of Grande Cheese Company||Wyocena Associates of Grande Cheese Company pose with their achievement banner|
|Grande's Phil Bono and an associate model
their celebration shirts
Miles Kimball Company Celebrates 5 Million Hours Worked Without a Lost Time Accident
Cake, fruit and t-shirts were part of a celebration of a significant milestone for Miles Kimball Company. Team members of the company have worked 5 million hours since their last lost time accident which occurred in May of 2008.
“The team should be extremely proud of their accomplishments” stated Jim Eckberg, Facilities and Safety Leader. “Team member involvement and a proactive approach to safety promotes a safety culture that is continuously improving the work environment and reducing risk”. “Everyone takes ownership for their actions while looking out for each other” commented Casey Hintz, Safety Committee Leader. “No one is afraid to point out an unsafe behavior or situation, and that allows for quick corrective action for improvement.”
In April of 2012, the Wisconsin Council of Safety awarded Miles Kimball an “Excellence in Safety” certificate for the 2011 calendar year for their outstanding safety record and programs. “We hope to build upon these two great accomplishments while continuing our main goal of ensuring that each and every team member returns home safely at the end of their shift” added Kelly Dakins, HR Generalist.
Miles Kimball Company located in Oshkosh, a subsidiary of Blyth, Inc., is a multi-channel merchant with brands including Miles Kimball, Walter Drake, Exposures, Easy Comforts, and As We Change.
Johnsonville Celebrates 1 Million Hours
The Wisconsin Safety Council was honored to tour and attend a celebration at the Johnsonville campus in Sheboygan Falls this week where they celebrated achieving 1+ million hours without a lost time injury at their Meadowside facility. Members (what they call their employees) enjoyed a full day of festivities including a presentation to recognize their achievements, photo collages of why safety is important to each employee, prizes, apparel and a grand cookout. Their celebration coincided with June is National Safety Month – a great way to kick off this important month!
If your company wishes to celebrate a milestone with WSC, please contact Janie Ritter, 800.236.3400.
Advanced Safety Certificate Recipients
Awarded on January 31,
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