“We recognize that we cannot achieve a zero-injury culture without becoming operationally excellent,” said Peter Salvatore, Dresser-Rand’s Vice President and Chief Safety Officer. “Safety discussions of at-risk behaviors and conditions are a primary rallying point in discussions with our employees. Our ultimate goal is to eliminate workplace injuries through disciplined processes, execution and employee empowerment.”
Earlier this year, Dresser-Rand was also recognized by the National Safety Council for an Occupational Excellence Achievement Award, as well as an award for multiple Dresser-Rand locations that demonstrated exceptional safety performance in the workplace.
More information about Dresser-Rand’s health and safety efforts is available in its 2012 Corporate Sustainability Report at sustainability.dresser-rand.com.