EHS Excellence (Screaming Eagle): Clow Canada (Saint John, New Brunswick)
Clow Canada is the winner of this highly coveted award! Clow Canada is a leader in adopting the McWane Way principles and values which have helped enhance their safety and environmental performance
Outstanding Environmental Performance-Fabrication: Clow Canada (Saint John, New Brunswick)
Clow Canada has a very high level of management commitment to achieving environmental performance. This has resulted in outstanding environmental performance that has been recognized by industry peers and provincial government officials.
Outstanding Environmental Performance-Foundry: M&H Valve (Anniston, Alabama)
M&H Valve’s outstanding environmental performance is a product of the high level of management commitment coupled with the facility-wide adoption of the McWane Way principles and values.
Outstanding Environmental Progress: Tyler Union (Oxford, Alabama)
Tyler Union Oxford has made significant strides in environmental performance by focusing attention and resources on environmental compliance and adoption of the McWane EMS.
Outstanding Health & Safety Performance: Clow Valve-Metal Casting (Oskaloosa, Iowa) and McWane Ductile (Phillipsburg, New Jersey)
Clow Valve and McWane Ductile are leaders in management commitment for safety along with extensive employee involvement in the safety committee and safety programs. The combination of management commitment and employee involvement is the foundation for a strong overall program.
Top Quartile Award Club: Tyler Union (Anniston, Alabama); M&H Valve Company (Anniston, Alabama); Tyler Coupling (Marshfield, Missouri); Kennedy Valve Company (Elmira, New York); McWane Services Private Limited (Coimbatore, India); and McWane Gulf (Abu Dhabi, UAE); Clow Valve Metal Casting (Oskaloosa, Iowa); Manchester Tank & Equipment Company (Echuca, Australia); Tyler Xianxian (Hebeichina Cangzhou, China); McWane Ductile (Phillipsburg, New Jersey)
This year’s Top Quartile winners are setting an inspiring example of the McWane Way in action by achieving health and safety injury/illness rates in the first quartile for their industry as reported by the 2017 Bureau of Labor & Statistics.
Congratulations to this year’s winners!