Cabot Corporation Recognized by International Carbon Black Association (ICBA) for Safety Performance
17 Cabot Carbon Black Facilities Receive Safety Recognition
“We are honored to be recognized by the ICBA for our safety performance as ensuring the safety of our employees is of the highest importance and a responsibility we take very seriously,” said
This recognition from the ICBA acknowledges outstanding safety records and helps to educate policymakers and the public about the carbon black industry’s genuine regard for making employee safety a pre-condition for successful operations. The ‘Safety Recognition Program’ identifies those facilities that have excelled in protecting the carbon black industry’s most precious resource: its workforce.
The Safety Recognition Program is designed to share good safety practices, enhance awareness, and to promote safety 24-hours a day at the facility level. For more information about our program, contact your company’s member on the ICBA Board of Directors.
The ICBA is a scientific, non-profit corporation originally founded in 1977. The purpose of the ICBA is to sponsor, conduct, and participate in investigations, research, and analyses relating to the health, safety, and environmental aspects of the production and use of carbon black. The association is managed and administered by a Board of Directors appointed by the member companies. This Board of Directors sets the strategy and provides overall direction to
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