The Portland Cement Association (PCA) announced the winners of the 2021 Chairman’s Safety Performance Awards, which recognize outstanding safety performance in the manufacturing of portland cement, the main ingredient used in all forms of concrete.
PCA is proud to announce that all winners in the small, medium, and large categories had a total incident rate of zero, resulting in more winning plants than in previous years. The winning plants were awarded during a recent virtual PCA Occupational Health & Safety Committee meeting.
“Health and safety are core values in all operations, industry-wide,” said PCA Chairman and President of GCC of America, Ron Henley. “Each one of us is held accountable for the protection of ourselves and those around us. These awards exemplify those values.”
The 2021 2021 Chairman’s Safety Performance Awards are as follows (*facility also won a Chairman’s Safety Award in 2020):
Small Category: Less Than 200,000 Hours
Buzzi Unicem USA, Inc. – Chattanooga, TN*
Ash Grove Cement Company – Midlothian, TX
GCC of America, Inc. – Tijeras, NM
LafargeHolcim – Whitehall, PA
LafargeHolcim – Grand Chain, IL
Medium Category: Between 200,000 – 300,000 Hours
Continental Cement Company – Buffalo, IA
National Cement Company, Inc. – Encino, CA
Lehigh Hanson, Inc. – Mason City, IA
Lehigh Hanson, Inc. – Leeds, AL
Large Category: More Than 300,000 Hours
CalPortland Company – Oro Grande, CA
CEMEX USA – Victorville, CA*
Titan America LLC – Medley, FL*
Argos USA Corporation – Tampa, FL
For more information, you can also visit www.cement.org/awards
About Portland Cement Association
The Portland Cement Association (PCA) begin in 1916. It is the premier policy, research, education, and also a market intelligence organization serving America’s cement manufacturers. PCA members represent over 90% of U.S. cement production capacity. They also have facilities in all 50 states. The association promotes safety, sustainability, and innovation in all aspects of construction, fosters continuous improvement in cement manufacturing and distribution, and generally promotes economic growth and sound infrastructure investment. For more information, you can also visit www.cement.org.