Success Stories

Success stories from OSHA's On-site Consultation Program and Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) recognize small business employers who operate exemplary injury and illness prevention programs. On-site Consultation and SHARP are voluntary programs. To submit a request for a comprehensive consultation, see OSHA's Consultation Directory.

Authorized representatives from SHARP companies who would like to share their story of workplace safety and health may do so by completing the success story template and working with their On-site Consultant. Success Stories can be featured here or OSHA QuickTakes.

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Montana Safety Fest
Montana Department of Labor & Industry Offers Free OSHA Training (July).

The Montana Department of Labor and Industry, Safety and Health Bureau is offering FREE training to employers and workers throughout the state, hosting four SafetyFestMT events per year in various locations throughout the state. Over 35 workplace safety and health subjects are offered.

John Elway Chevrolet (Englewood, Colorado)
John Elway Automobile Dealerships Take Their Safety Programs to the Next Level and Earn OSHA SHARP Recognition (July).

John Elway Chevrolet and John Elway Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram automobile dealerships contacted OSHA’s On-site Consultation Program in 2014 for assistance in “taking their safety programs to the next level.” Their dedication to protecting workers and establishing safety cultures was rewarded in March 2016 when the dealerships were accepted into OSHA's Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program.

Scoular Company
Scoular’s Helena, Arkansas, Facility Earns Workplace Safety Award Helena, AR (July).

On June 28, 2016, The Scoular Company’s facility in Helena, Arkansas, received the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) prestigious Safety and Health Achievement Program (SHARP) award for its exemplary commitment to workplace safety. Since becoming a member of the SHARP Program, Scoular’s safety bar was raised. For over 5 years, no injuries or illnesses have occurred at this facility.

Zero Mountain Inc.
Zero Mountain, Inc., Stays OSHA SHARP. (July).

In the early 2000s, the company as a whole was experiencing over 40 worker compensation claims per year. After working with Arkansas’ On-site Consultation Program, correcting all of the hazards identified by the consultants, worker injuries and illnesses decreased, and Zero Mountain™ became an OSHA SHARP employer.

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