Marlin Steel has been recognized by the Occupation Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) for our "exemplary injury and illness prevention programs" as per OSHA's SHARP award, and we couldn't be prouder! Marlin Steel is now the fifth company in the state of Maryland to receive such a distinction.
In the image below, CEO Drew Greenblatt and the Marlin Steel team are pictured with Presidential Cabinet Secretary of Labor, Alexander Acosta on Manufacturing Day, October 6, 2017. Secretary Acosta oversees OSHA, the organization that protects employees to make sure they have safe working environments for American workers.
Marlin Steel is relentless about the pursuit of workplace safety. We have specific programs in place to ensure our employees have active participation in the safety standards and practices. Not only are they encouraged to participate, they're also extensively trained on how to handle factory equipment. Our workplace automation also plays a key role in our impeccable accident-free record. Read more about what this award means here.
In the image below, CEO Drew Greenblatt and the Marlin Steel team is pictured with Maryland Governor, Larry Hogan.
Meets monthly to review and identify ideas to improve the well-being of the team. They are empowered to take action to reduce the chance of a safety incident at Marlin. Questions we get about Safety at Marlin:
Sitting (left to right) - Jason Ducote, George Shultz, Asia Bright, Kenny BrowningStanding (left to right) - Gabrielle Silgalis, Liston Clise