Boston, MA, 04/07/2014 (usastockreports) – The Division of Safety and Hygiene of “Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation” announced that the work of AK Steel Holding Corporation (NYSE:AKS)’s Zanesville met the highest standard for the safety measures. Thus, the work was recognized for wonderful safety performance, which is a part of ‘Muskingum County Safety Council and Chamber of Commerce’s’ safety awareness.
The CEO talk: on the safety award:
The CEO, President and Chairman of AK Steel Holding Corporation (NYSE:AKS), James L. Wainscott congratulated the workers of Zanesville AK Steel for maintaining such a marvelous safety performance in the work zone. He also added that this achievement will bring positive attitude to the work and maintain the safety culture in the work arena.
Award for the safety performance:
The workers of AK Steel Zanesville, lifts the remuneration of “100% Award for Safety”. This award is for operating a smooth and purposeful work environment with NO report of illness or loss-time injuries for the whole year of 2013. The plant was also rewarded with “Special Award for Safety” for the time span of April 21, 2003 to December 31, 2013 for creating a record man-hour ratio with no recorded loss-time injuries. The support and work efficiency of the Zanesville plant helped AK Steel to make a huge business profit.
Company’s production last year:
AK Steel, prime producer of stainless steels, electrical steels, flat rolled carbon for automotive, construction and manufacturing project as well as electrical power generation have reached an outstanding position due to the performance of the workers. Hopefully, this year the company expects to run on a huge marginal profit too.
A successful company relies completely on the performance of its workers; its headway solely depends on them. Now, it’s time for AK Steel Holding Corporation (NYSE:AKS) to wait and watch how far the capable workers can take the company’s production as well as reputation. The awards for safety means have already enhanced the work attitude; now it’s time for another good year for AK Steel.