Insulfoam Inc. Recognized for Workplace Safety
Labor and Workforce Development Commissioner Dianne Blumer approved the Anchorage site of Insulfoam Inc. for the Alaska Voluntary Protection Program renewal as a result of outstanding employee safety and health programs.
“Insulfoam is very pleased to be renewing our status in the VPP STAR program,” General Manager Daryl Sobek said, “Insulfoam takes safety seriously and the VPP program provides a framework for the best possible communication between employees, management and OSHA. VPP has proven to be the tool we needed to tie our best business practices together, while maintaining a high level of safety
VPP recognizes and promotes effective workplace safety and health management through a cooperative program between a company’s management, employees and AKOSH.
Participation in the program is voluntary.
As a VPP Star recipient, Insulfoam won’t be subject to random enforcement inspections for five years. Enforcement regulations remain in effect and cases of employee complaints, accident investigations or other significant incidents will result in an enforcement inspection.
There are 12 sites in Alaska with the AKOSH VPP designation. For a complete listing of the sites and
more information about the program, go to Labor.Alaska.G ov/lss/vppparticipants.html
Source: State of Alaska DOLWD