On October 28, the 2014 America's Safest Companies received their awards. The representatives from the companies were so excited to receive the awards that they couldn't wait for us to finish reading their company names before jumping out of their seats.
This photo gallery offers a snapshot of each company – where they're located, what they do and how many people they employ – as well as a quote from someone at the company that sums up why our judges felt they should be recognized as one of America's Safest Companies.
There’s plenty that Raytheon can’t tell you about its manufacturing facility near downtown Indianapolis. But the defense contractor is more than willing to talk about the strategies that help create a safe and healthy environment for the 1,100 workers at the site.
The 1 million-square-foot facility is part of Raytheon’s Intelligence, Information and Services unit, which makes sophisticated software and electronic systems for military applications. The Indianapolis facility is a former U.S. Navy site that the city leases to Raytheon.
Just how much do you know about workplace safety and health? Here's one way to find out: Take this short quiz on OSHA's history.
This is the first installment in a series of fun and educational quizzes designed to test your knowledge of EHS facts, stats and events. Good luck!
Imagine watching TV in your living room when you hear a terrific crash outside. When you go out to investigate, you find a hole in the rear end of your car and a matching hole in your driveway. In the hole, you find a bowling-ball-size rock that smells like sulfur.
Later, you learn that the rock was a meteorite that traveled millions of miles from outer space en route to the trunk of your orange 1980 Chevy Malibu.