Envelope Manufacturers Association Recognizes Instant Web as Safety Leader
Press release from the issuing company
Chanhassen, Minn. (May 21, 2001) - The Instant Web Companies, a combination printing, envelope conversion and mailing services company, has been recognized as an "Industry Safety Leader" by the Envelope Manufacturers Association (EMA).
"The Instant Web Companies has again shown not only their market leadership, but also their leadership in human factors," said Maynard H. Benjamin, CAE, president of the Envelope Manufacturers Association. "The EMA Safety Leaders Award recognizes those companies that have truly attained excellence in safety management and we are proud to recognize Instant Web as a safety leader in our industry. The employees of Instant Web are to be congratulated on this significant accomplishment."
The annual EMA award is given to companies with "lost time cases" of 1.5 or below for injuries and illnesses in the year 2000. Only 25 companies received safety awards.
"In the year 2000, Instant Web Companies had a low injury/illness incident rate of .91," said Steve Myrvold, director of operations-envelope, Instant Web Companies. "Instant Web completed a stretch of 662 days with no incidents, which shows our devotion to a culture of safety for our employees."
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