On January 22, Trademark Metals Recycling (TMR) received the prestigious Florida/United Safety Council Award. Trademark Metals Recycling (TMR) was selected to receive the Safety Achievement Award in the “small” company category (businesses with 1 – 500 employees). This marks the fourth time in five years that TMR received this award.
The Florida/United Safety Council validates winning company’s dedication to workplace safety by reviewing their health and safety program. The evaluation includes topics such as accident rates, inspection programs, employee training and involvement, management support and the continuous improvement process. Trademark Metals Recycling works to create an environment safe from industrial and environmental hazards for our employees and our customers. TMR’s safety program is successful thanks to company-wide staff commitment and to its strong, continuing safety culture. By taking a proactive approach to safety, rather than a reactive approach, TMR reduces accidents, and strives to prevent them all together.
This United Safety Council Safety Award exemplifies Trademark Metal Recycling’s ongoing commitment to safety.
Trademark Metals is the largest full service scrap metals recycler in the Southeastern U.S. and is wholly owned by The David J. Joseph Company (DJJ). DJJ is a subsidiary of Nucor (NYSE: NUE).