Safety Through Achieving Recognition Together (START)

Photo courtesy of L&I. Here is the one for our first START Graduates – Papé Machinery, Inc. graduated from START on February 1, 2016

Here is one of our first START Graduates – Papé Machinery Inc graduated from START on February 1, 2016.

Photo courtesy of L&I.

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If you believe that safety and health are essential to a successful business, then START may be the program for you.

START can give you the boost and the recognition benefits for safety and health excellence.

The START program is open to employers operating non–construction work sites in Washington State and is administered by the Department of Labor & Industries.

Employers with fewer than 50 workers at a specific work site and not more than 250 at all work sites within Washington State are the primary focus for this program.

Additionally, employers must be in operation for at least 1 year at the specific work site that is being considered for START certification. The employer's injury/illness rate for the preceding year must also be below their industry's average for the location being considered for START.

 

 

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COMPANY

CITY

CERTIFICATION
YEAR

Pape’ Machinery, Inc.
Graduate

Kelso

2011

Healthy Pet

Ferndale

2014

Bayley Construction – Corporate Office

Mercer Island

2014

Bayley Construction – Equipment Yard

Bellevue

2014

Henningsen Cold Storage

Richland

2014

Skyline Steel LLC

Longview

2016

Pape’ Material Handling, Inc.

Fife

2016

Pape’ Machinery Construction & Forestry

Mt. Vernon

2017

RAM Construction General Contractors, Inc.

Bellingham

2017

Harris Rebar, Inc.

Auburn

2017

Pape’ Machinery, Inc.

Walla Walla

2017

US Ecology

Richland

2017

Pape’ Material Handling, Inc.

Arlington

2018

Work  Force Development Center

Everett

2018

Flax4Life

Bellingham

2018

Blue Heron

Ferndale

2019

Chemco

Ferndale

2019

Interfor – Cedar Prime, Inc.

Sumas

2019

SuperFeet Worldwide, Inc.

Ferndale

2019

Columbia Basin Rebar, Inc.

Burbank

2019

Pape’ Material Handling

Yakima

2019

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