2013 Performance Improvement Awards Program
The application process for the 2013 Performance Improvement Awards has now been finalized. Thank you to all who submitted applications. We received a record number of applicants this year. Winners were selected by a group of SOCMA members who did not submit awards applications. It was a double-blind process.
Applications were judged based on the following five core areas: Stakeholder Communications, Product Stewardship, EHS&S in Planning and Operations, Employee Training and Engagement, and Resource Management and Waste Minimization – specifically taking into account practices and principles that demonstrate continuous improvement above and beyond the requirements of the ChemStewards program. The Sustainability award acknowledges a facility that displays exemplary commitment to sustainability and green chemistry. The Educational Outreach awards celebrate a facility’s efforts to work with local educational programs in areas of chemistry.
Winners were honored during SOCMA’s 92nd Annual Dinner on December 9, 2013 at the Marriott Marquis, Times Square, New York, N.Y. For a recap from last year’s annual dinner – click here.
For more information about the Performance Improvement Awards Program, or to express feedback to help us improve the application process for 2014, please contact Molly Muilenburg at (202) 721-4134.
2013 Performance Improvement Award Winners
2013 Gold Performance Award
2013 Silver – Stakeholder Communications
2013 Silver – Product Stewardship
2013 Silver – EHS&S in Planning and Operations
2013 Silver – Employee Training and Engagement
2013 Silver – Resource Management and Waste Minimization
2013 Educational Outreach Award
2013 Sustainability Award
Contact the ChemStewards Team for more information or assistance.
What Members Are Saying…
“Compared to many other associations, SOCMA is much more of a working organization. The staff is very proactive and on top of issues. But equally important is the level of participation from members. People come to SOCMA to really take part and to try to address the issues.”
Vice President, Marketing
Dixie Chemical Company