NCCA Recognizes Two Coater Member Companies For Commitment To Safety
Matt Montgomery (left) presents the 2021 NCCA Safety Award to Marc Fullem of Steelscape (right).
Cleveland, OH – The winners of NCCA’s 2021 Safety Award were Mitsubishi Chemical America in Chesapeake, VA, and Steelscape in Kalama, WA. The National Coil Coating Association (NCCA) annually recognizes coater member companies that show exceptional commitment
to assuring workplace safety.
The NCCA Safety Committee selected the two winning facilities from 45 plants that were considered for the award. The top plants were identified on the basis of data reported to OSHA. Then, the Safety Committee conducted interviews with the top plants
and selected the winners based on the excellence of their safety programs.
“Many facilities demonstrate a strong commitment to safety. However, this year, the Mitsubishi and Steelscape plants stood out above the others, in terms of both safety performance and safety program detail,” said Matt Montgomery, EHS committee
chair of NCCA.
This is the first time Mitsubishi is a recipient of this award. The Safety Committee was impressed by some unique features of processes used by Mitsubishi and the ways its safety team has addressed risk at the plant. Steelscape is a perennial finalist,
having won the award more than any other plant. The plant has achieved unparalleled long-term safety performance and continues to evolve an already exemplary program. To promote safety in the coil coating industry, winners of the award share their best
safety practices with the NCCA membership.
About The National Coil Coating Association
The National Coil Coating Association (NCCA) is an established trade organization dedicated to the growth of coil coated products. The NCCA consists of
over 100 member companies that are at the forefront of the industry. They provide coil coating services and are leading manufacturers and suppliers of metal, coatings, chemicals, and equipment. The members of the organization also process and warehouse
the coil coated products prior to their delivery to the user industries. For more information, contact NCCA at 216-241-7333 or email at email@example.com. Visit the NCCA website