Plastics manufacturer earns Safety Recognition Award from worldwide trade association
Woburn, Mass. (USA) – November 26, 2019 – Gregstrom Corporation, a rotational molder and custom plastic thermoformer, has received a Safety Recognition Award from the Association of Rotational Molders (ARM), a worldwide trade association with member companies in 58 countries.
Clark Boyce, Vice President of Sales, received the award on behalf of Gregstrom during a recent ARM ceremony. The purpose of the Safety Recognition Award is to highlight the importance of safety in all aspects of the rotational molding industry and to recognize the rotational molder with the lowest incident rate.
To participate in this contest, ARM members submitted a copy of a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report called OSHA Form 300A: Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses. In 2018, Gregstrom reported zero recorded occurrences for three categories: number of cases, number of days, and injury and illness types.
ARM presented Safety Recognition Awards to companies with less than 50 employees, and to companies or branches with 50 employees or more. Gregstrom had an average of 64 employees in 2018.
“We are honored to receive this prestigious award,” said Jeff DiDonato, Gregstrom’s President. “Our commitment to safety underscores our commitment to our employees and is one of the things that makes Gregstrom a great place to work and to do business with.”
Gregstrom Corporation is a rotational molder and custom plastic thermoformer located in Woburn Massachusetts. The third generation, family owned business was founded in 1946 and combines high quality manufacturing with design assistance, CNC/robotic routing, finishing, assembly, testing and complete project management.
The Association of Rotational Molders (ARM) is a worldwide trade association currently representing member companies in 58 countries. Members include manufacturers of rotationally molded plastic products, suppliers to the industry, designers, and professionals. ARM is the primary voice of the industry and the source for information on rotational molding. The Association serves its members by focusing on the needs of designers, customers, educators, suppliers, member company employees and regulators.
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