At CPI one of our six core values is safety. We are committed to a proactive safety culture which provides a safe work environment to protect our employees and the well-being of their families. We will reinforce a safety-first mindset every day. Our employees attend monthly safety meetings as well as annual safety trainings throughout the year on a variety of topics. CPI has regional safety committees that meet monthly to discuss safety issues in their respective territories. We also train our employees to utilize ICE (I Care Enough) cards to stop unsafe acts or processes.
Annual trainings include:
OSHA 10-hour class
Safety beyond the button
Safety audit follow up
CDL/CLP standardized process
Safety book documentation
Emergency Action Plans (EAP)
Lock out tag out (LOTO)
Housekeeping and maintenance
Our COVID-19 Message
During these unprecedented times there is a lot of uncertainty about COVID-19.
We understand that increased stress could cause us to lose focus and lead to injuries. We continue to coach our employees to have regular safety talks to ensure any and all safety hazards are discussed. We want to make sure all employees go home injury free every day.
CPI recognizes the added stresses of this pandemic can affect us all differently on both personal and professional levels. Take a moment to email, call, or video chat with friends, family, and coworkers. A simple hello can help us all feel more connected. Recognizing that we are all human by showing flexibility, caring, and patience can go a long way during this outbreak. Knowing that we are here to support one another will help us all get through these trying times.
Here are some resources to utilize:
Throttle Back on Stress - Dr. John Shutske, Agricultural Safety & Health Specialist
University of Wisconsin-Madison and UW-Extension
Mental Health and the Impact on Wellness For Farm Families
Rural Response Hotline