Ozark Steel received the Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program certification from OSHA. Ozark Steel is one of only a small number of organizations in the United States to receive this certification. Ozark Steel has received this certification every year since 2001.
The On-site Consultation Program's Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) recognizes small employers who operate an exemplary safety and health management system. Acceptance of your worksite into SHARP from OSHA is an achievement of status that singles you out among your business peers as a model for worksite safety and health.
Experience Modification Rate
Experience Modification Rate (EMR) has strong impact upon a business. It is a number used by insurance companies to gauge both past cost of injuries and future chances of risk. The lower the EMR of your business, the lower your worker compensation insurance premiums will be. An EMR of 1.0 is considered the industry average.
- 2012 - .95
- 2011 - .82
- 2010 - .78
- 2009 - .78
- 2008 - .81
- 2007 - .86
- 2006 - .83
- 2005 - .80
|Does Ozark have a qualified person responsible for safety?|
|Does Ozark Steel have a safety policy and procedure?|
|Does Ozark Steel have a substance abuse policy?|
|Does Ozark Steel have a return to work policy?|
|Has Ozark Steel implemented 100% fall protection?|
|Does Ozark Steel require documented safety meetings?|
|Does Ozark Steel provide Safety Training?|
|Does Ozark Steel set annual safety goals?|
|Does Ozark Steel recognize safety performance?|
|Does Ozark Steel have disciplinary programs for safety violations?|
|Does Ozark Steel review safety management for subcontractors?|
|Does Ozark Steel conduct accident/incident investigations?|