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Standard Process Inc. Achieves Record Safety Milestone

Two million consecutive hours without a lost-time injury 

On June 5, 2015, Palmyra, Wisconsin-based Standard Process Inc. achieved 2 million consecutive hours without a lost-tine injury.

PALMYRA, Wis. (June 25, 2015)Standard Process Inc. achieved a new company milestone this month: 2 million consecutive hours without a lost-time injury.
“Standard Process serves as an inspiration to the entire Wisconsin business community for making safety an integral part of every day,” said Janie Ritter, director of Wisconsin Safety Council, the state chapter of the National Safety Council, the national leading safety advocate. “Reaching a milestone of 2 million hours without a loss-time injury is a huge accomplishment in their industry.” June also happens to be the month that the National Safety Council designates as National Safety Month.

Standard Process’ 331 employees, including six employees at its distribution center in Phoenix, Arizona, achieved the new safety record on June 5. The company’s previous record without a lost-time injury was set in 2010.
“This is a company that lives and breathes health and wellness and it shows in their employee safety program, from the owners all the way to the employees on the floor,” said Bill Evans, vice president and partner at Robertson Ryan & Associates, Standard Process’ worker’s compensation insurance broker. “I, for one, would not be at all surprised to see many more hours achieved without a lost-time injury.”

“Reaching a milestone of 2 million hours without a loss-time injury is a huge accomplishment in their industry.”

Standard Process’ safety record exceeds manufacturing industry standards. According to the United States’ Bureau of Labor Statistics website, Standard Process comes in five and a half times lower than the average incidence rate for the private sector food manufacturing industry. Ryan Moyse, the company’s safety manager, credits this success to the long-standing safety culture created by the company’s owners, supported by its management team, and achieved by dedicated employees. 
“This milestone is a reflection of the corporate culture we have in place,” said Moyse. “We continuously look to remove risk from the workplace and provide a safe environment for our employees and guests.”
Each year Moyse focuses on a new safety technique and goal for the employees. This year, the focus is on reducing behavior-related injuries. To reduce these injuries, Moyse has been educating employees on what is behavior-based safety, and educating department supervisors on how positive reinforcement of safe behaviors can encourage behavior change. 


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