INDIANAPOLIS, Sept. 28 -- The Indiana Department of Labor issued the following news release:
Cintas Corporation First Aid and Safety (FAS) Field Support Services Center Location 68F in Indianapolis, achieved certification in Indiana's Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) as a 'STAR' worksite for outstanding occupational safety and health programs. This Cintas site joins the company's elite across the United States who have also achieved a VPP title and continue to be a role model for employee participation, management commitment and proactive approach to preventing injuries and incidents.
"The Cintas Corporation has cultivated its own thriving culture of workplace safety and health, and maintains impressive safety records," said Indiana Department of Labor Commissioner Rick J. Ruble. "Location 68F has an excellent relationship with our IOSHA staff. They put the well- being of their people first."
Location 68F is a facility housing 62 employees who provide front line support for a wide variety of Cintas employees in the FAS business line of Cintas throughout the United States and Canada. Services include product support and sourcing, route optimization and national account management.
The facility has not had a recordable case since 2014, and carries an impressive Total Case Incidence Rate (TCIR) that is 76 percent below the national average. Additionally, Location 68F has not had a Lost Work Day Case reported in the past four years.
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