EHS Today, an environment, health, and safety magazine, has named 12 companies as America's Safest Companies for 2011: ACCO Brands Corp., Buffalo Gap Instrumentation & Electrical Co. Inc., Caterpillar Inc., EnPro Industries, EuroKera North America, Fluor Corp., Gribbins Insulation Co. Inc., Honeywell Federal Manufacturing and Technologies LLC, Kennametal Inc., Nalco Co., Richard Goettle Inc. and Savage Services.
In order to be granted this title, these companies had to demonstrate the following (from the EHS website):
EHS says it wasn't an easy choice, and this is the first year they needed multiple rounds of eliminations. That's a good sign for the industry, as far as I'm concerned. Not being able to narrow down the number of extremely safe companies is a good problem to have.
Source: EHS Today