1 min read / November 9, 2018
Milwaukee, November 9, 2018 — Komatsu Mining Corp. has been named one of America’s Safest Companies by EHS Today, the magazine for environment, health and safety leaders. As one of 13 honorees nationwide, Komatsu was chosen for its dedication to the safety and health of its employees and customers.
“We are thrilled to be receiving this award,” said George Carlough, global director, environment, health and safety at Komatsu Mining. “It’s great to be recognized for all the hard work our employees put into working safely and driving towards zero harm. “
As part of its award-winning safety program, Komatsu features innovative practices such as the Stop Work Authority Protocol, which empowers employees to exercise a Stop Work Order if they feel that any person in the vicinity may be at risk.
“The safety and health of our workforce is the top priority in everything we do,” Carlough said. “Our employees are incredibly diligent about watching for potential hazards and are always looking out for one another. They take pride in working towards an injury-free workplace and delivering products and services that help our customers stay safe.”
Komatsu drives for zero harm every day for its customers and employees. Through consistent process review and the development of new technologies and safety innovations that support the extraction of essential minerals, Komatsu prioritizes safety worldwide.
Headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Komatsu Mining Corp. is part of the global Komatsu family of companies; indispensable partners to the mining, forestry, industrial and construction industries. Komatsu Mining provides essential equipment, systems and solutions used by companies worldwide to extract fundamental minerals for developing modern infrastructure, technology and consumer products. Komatsu Mining Corp. is home to the industry-leading P&H, Joy and Montabert equipment and service brands for mining and related industries. To learn more, visit www.komatsu.com.