EHS Steering Committee Works to Implement Strategic Plan to take EHS Performance to Next Level
November 16, 2015
On November 11, 2015 the EHS Steering Committee met at Tyler Pipe to hold their quarterly meeting and tour the facility. As you may recall, the Steering Committee is composed of a cross-section of Operations personnel from each of the company’s business groups, as well as Corporate functions.
On the agenda for this meeting, were updates from the Acquisition Integration, Electronic Systems, and EHS Data Integrated Projects teams as well reviews of the McWane ErgoCup Competition and Pollution Prevention Challenge. The committee also discussed the status of Supervisor Focus Groups which are being conducted at five facilities. These focus groups are a follow-up to the results of the National Safety Council’s culture surveys and are designed to identify specific concerns of front-line supervisors which may impede them from doing their best job possible.
The committee’s next meeting is scheduled for February in Birmingham where updates on the culture initiatives and activities at our facilities will be further discussed.
To learn more about the work of the Steering Committee, be sure to read the article in the upcoming McWane Magazine located on the website. The members of the EHS Steering Committee are:
- Key Foster – Technology Group
- Bryan Hoggan – Corporate HR
- Mike Keel – McWane Global
- Kevin McCarthy – Corporate HR
- Tony Orlowski – M&H Valve
- Jim Proctor – Corporate Legal
- Jeet Radia – Corporate EHS
- Tom Schilson – Manchester Tank Group
- Dale Schmelzle – McWane Ductile New Jersey
- Greg Simmons – Tyler Pipe
- Barb Wisniewski – Corporate HS
As always, we welcome and encourage your input and suggestions about how we can improve every aspect of the business. Working together we can take our EHS performance to the next level.
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