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Safety Awards

Throughout the years, Solid Platforms, Inc. Safety Program has been recognized by various local, state and national organizations for the safe work performed by our employees. Please click on the applicable year to review the awards earned by the employees of our company.

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2011 Safety Awards

Organization Award Name Basis of Award
National Maintenance Agreement Policy Committee(NMAPC) Zero Recordable Injury -Certificate of Merit 76,277 work hours without a recordable injury at U.S. Steel Corporation - Gary Works
National Maintenance Agreement Policy Committee(NMAPC) Zero Recordable Injury -Certificate of Merit 55,652 work hours without a recordable injury at ArcelorMittal - Indiana Harbor East
National Maintenance Agreement Policy Committee (NMAPC) Zero Recordable Injury -Certificate of Merit 52,398 work hours without a recordable injury at Duke Energy Corporation - Miami Fort Station
National Maintenance Agreement Policy Committee (NMAPC) Zero Recordable Injury -Certificate of Merit 50,083 work hours without a recordable injury at ArcelorMittal - Burns Harbor
The Association of Union Constructors (TAUC) Thomas J. Reynolds - Certificate of Achievement Category 1 - Over 1 Million Work Hours - Outstanding safety performance including Days Away, Restricted of Transferred Rate of 0.10. This rate was below 1.575 which is 25% below the most recent Bureau of labor Statistics (BLS) national average of 2.1
Metro Indianapolis Coalition for Construction Safety (MICCS) Safety Achievement Award For efforts toward ensuring the safety of construction employees
>Metro Indianapolis Coalition for Construction Safety (MICCS) Safety Leader Award Second highest award bestowed by MICCS for the designation of Specialty Contractor
Northwest Indiana Business Roundtable (NWIBRT) Excellence Award Based on Days Away Frequency Rate, Total Recordable Incident Rate and an EMR that is lower than the Northwest Indiana industry average along with an acceptable Safety Management System
The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) Safety Excellence Award - Best in Class Statistical analysis of safety data based on 500,000 exposure hours category
The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) Safety Recognition Award Outstanding safety performance for 2010