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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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2015 Safety Awards

Organization Award Name Basis of Award
EHS Today, a magazine dedicated to the management of risk in the workplace and environment. America's Safest Companies for 2015 To be considered one of America's Safest Companies, organizations and demonstrate: support from management and employee involvement; innovative solutions to safety challenges; injury and illness rates lower than the average for their industries; comprehensive training programs; evidence that prevention of incidents is the cornerstone of the safety process; good communication about the value of safety; and a way to substantiate the benefits of the safety process.
United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America Letter of Recognition Letter by David C. Tharp, UBC Vice President recognizing the 25 year partnership that exists between the UBC and Solid Platforms, Inc.
Metro Indianapolis Coalition for Construction Safety (MICCS) Outstanding Project Safety Award The MICCS's Outstanding Project Safety Award is given to projects that exemplify an outstanding commitment to safety. This award is presented to the Owner-Contractor team for their work in achieveing safety goals, meeting project schedules as well as budgetary restraints.
The Association of Union Constructors (TAUC) Thomas J. Reynolds- Certificate of Achievement Category 1-Over 1 Million Work Hours- Outstanding Safetyperformance including Days Away, Restricted of Transferred Rate 25% or More Below the National Average.
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
National Maintenance Agreement Policy Committee (NMAPC) Zero Recordable Injury - Bronze Star 213,357 hours worked without a recordable injury at BP Products, Whiting, IN
National Maintenance Agreement Policy Committee (NMAPC) Zero Recordable Injury - Certificate of Merit 148,247 hours worked without a recordable injury at Duke Energy Corporation - Cayuga Generating Station
National Maintenance Agreement Policy Committee (NMAPC) Zero Recordable Injury - Certificate of Merit 141,351 hours worked without a recordable injury at ArcelorMittal - Indiana Harbor Works
National Maintenance Agreement Policy Committee (NMAPC) Zero Recordable Injury - Certificate of Merit 70,112 hours worked without a recordable injury at Duke Energy Corporation - East Bend Station
National Maintenance Agreement Policy Committee (NMAPC) Zero Recordable Injury - Certificate of Merit 69,497 hours worked without a recordable injury at ArcelorMittal - Burns Harbor Plant
National Maintenance Agreement Policy Committee (NMAPC) Zero Recordable Injury - Certificate of Merit 62,579 hours worked without a recordable injury at United States Steel Corporation - Gary Works
National Maintenance Agreement Policy Committee (NMAPC) Zero Recordable Injury - Certificate of Merit 57,983 hours worked without a recordable injury at Duke Energy Corporation - Edwardsport Generating Station
National Maintenance Agreement Policy Committee (NMAPC) Zero Recordable Injury - Certificate of Merit 50,163 hours worked without a recordable injury at Duke Energy Corporation - William H. Zimmer Station