Safety by the Numbers: 2023 – Quarter 2

Michelle Machen Mauser News, Safety

At Mauser Packaging Solutions, it is our ethical responsibility to ensure that each employee goes home safe, every day. During the second quarter, Mauser facilities gave special emphasis to safety during June through the observation of Safety Month. Throughout the month, employees participated in the Global Safety Stand Down, training and activities to ensure employees have the necessary knowledge and skills to demonstrate a personal commitment to safety.

While main lagging indicator metrics remain below 2022 rates, Total Recordable Incident Rate and Lost Time Incident Rate increased in Quarter 2 over the rates for Quarter 1 indicating room for additional focus and improvement moving into the last half of the year. North American facilities continue to trend positively in leading indicator metrics that positively impact workplace safety.

View the infographic below for a more detailed look at Mauser’s safety performance for the second quarter of 2023.

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In addition to safety within our facilities, Mauser is committed to the safety of the drivers in our private fleet and those they encounter on the road. During Q2 this year, thirteen drivers received a clean DOT roadside inspection*. These drivers are Kemarie Belton (Charlotte, NC), Alberto Sanchez (Montebello, Calif.), Arthur Gehler (Cincinnati, Ohio), Charles Rouse (Springville, Ala.), David Perez (Montebello, Calif.), Henry Jordan (Charlotte, NC), Juan Penaloza (Roseville, Calif.), Larry Haynesworth (Baltimore, Md.), Luis Lebrun (Montebello, Calif.), Luke Morris (Cannon Falls, Minn.), Marc Marks (Springville, Ala.), Ryan Hendrickson (St. Louis, Mo.), Zachary Vandamme (San Bernardino, Calif.).
*A DOT roadside inspection is the primary tool used by the Federal administration that regulates commercial vehicles. The objective of the inspection is to examine drivers, vehicles, and carriers to ensure safe operation on the roadways. An inspection is considered “clean” if zero violations are found.