Investing in Safety at iNRCORE
iNRCORE engaged an expert safety consultant to review policies and procedures, walk the floor, and engage with the individuals responsible for safety at every site.
As a company, iNRCORE has experienced meaningful disruption since 2020, including the COVID-19 pandemic, supply chain challenges, and rapidly changing customer needs. In addition, the Company completed three acquisitions, bringing total headcount from 230 at the end of 2019 to 1,038 at the end of 2022, and 2 facilities to 12 facilities over the same period. Safety in iNRCORE’s manufacturing facilities is a key area of focus for its leadership team, who wanted to understand how market disruptions, company growth, and the unique culture at each newly acquired company impacted day-to-day safety performance.
After a review of safety practices within a newly acquired facility, iNRCORE’s leadership team decided to invest in a comprehensive review and refresh of safety procedures across the company and at each manufacturing location. iNRCORE engaged an expert safety consultant to review policies and procedures, walk the floor, and engage with the individuals responsible for safety at every site. The consultant audited all domestic facilities in 2022, produced a gap assessment, and presented opportunities to share best practices between sites.
The results of iNRCORE’s safety audits became the foundation for a consolidated, company-wide safety program with standardized policies, procedures, metrics, and goals. The Company instituted training requirements and annual third-party safety audits holding each site accountable for meeting the updated safety program standards. iNRCORE also created a safety dashboard for monthly safety performance tracking and reporting for the leadership team and board of directors.
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