TEREX (North Bend, WA)
InjuryFree’s Employee Maintenance Center opened at TEREX in February 2014 and by December 2017, Terex NB was honored for achieving two years without a workplace recordable time loss injury. Terex Global’s CEO, never having visited this site before, honored the Terex North Bend facility with the Safety Award on February 16, 2018.
JACKSON SAFETY (Belmont, MI)
This facility’s last recordable injury, prior to implementation of InjuryFree’s Employee Maintenance Center (EMC), was June 5, 2011. The EMC opened July 6, 2011 and until September 2013 when the facility closed its doors, this location had zero OSHA recordable injuries. In 2012 Jackson Safety was awarded the corporation’s “Crystal Eagle” award for achieving an entire year of being injury-free.
KIMBERLY-CLARK (Maumelle, AR)
InjuryFree Employee Maintenance Center implemented in 2004. From 2004 to 2012, Kimberly-Clark’s Maumelle plant achieved an award for reaching 1-million consecutive safe hours with no OSHA recordable injuries. In 2016 the Ki mberly-Clark Conway facility was awarded the corporation’s “Crystal Eagle” award for achieving an entire year of being injury-free.
KIMBERLY-CLARK (Conway, AR)
InjuryFree Employee Maintenance Center implemented in 2004. From 2004 to 2012, Kimberly-Clark’s Conway plant received the Crystal Globe award for reaching 1-million consecutive safe hours with no OSHA recordable injuries. On Jun e 5th, 2009 the Kimberly-Clark Conway facility was awarded with the corporation’s “Crystal Eagle” award for achieving an entire year of being injury-free.
This award recognizes the facility for achieving an entire safe year without experiencing one reportable or recordable injury.
KIMBERLY-CLARK (Everett, WA)
InjuryFree Employee Maintenance Center (EMC) opens in 2000 and helps this location achieve savings of $2 million on injury claims in the 1st year of operation. For 12-years the EMC proved to be pivotal in this location’s consistently low muscular-skeletal injury rates. With over 900 team members, 95% of the workforce utilized the EMC leading to this facility achieving 1-million consecutive safe hours with no OSHA recordable injuries, for the first time ever in its 75 years of operations. In 2010, this location was awarded the corporation’s coveted Crystal Globe award for reaching 1,000,000 safe man-hours.
Kimberly-Clark Conway, AR
- $350K in worker’s comp. cost savings in 1st year of Employee Maintenance Center operation
- 90% reduction in muscular-skeletal injuries
- 90% reduction in lost time expenditures
Grays Harbor Paper
- 88% reduction in the number of workers comp. claims in first 19 months
- 99% reduction in claims costs associated with muscular-skeletal injuries
- Reduction in average cost of work injury claims from $22,493 to $494 in 4 years
In the four year period following the 2015 implementation of InjuryFree’s Employee Maintenance Center at this transit company in the north central Puget Sound region of Washington State, the following achievements were accomplished relative to the four-year period before implementation :
- $4,986,572 workers compensation cost saving
- 54% reduction in lost days to work injuries
- 49% reduction in workers compensation claims costs
- $3.70 saved for every dollar spent on InjuryFree programs