Employee and Community Safety

Lead battery manufacturers and recyclers strive to exceed OSHA standards and are continually advancing to protect employees, the community and the environment.

Every Day Commitment to Employee Safety

The lead battery industry is one of the most highly regulated industries in the U.S., and the industry makes sure the community and employees are safe by providing progressive safety training, on-site hygiene facilities, modern safety equipment and advanced environmental technology.

Keeping our employees safe is ingrained in everything we do. As a testament to the industry’s commitment to the well-being of employees, lead battery manufacturing and recycling facilities’ health and safety goals are more stringent than federal requirements. As a result, many facilities lead the manufacturing industry in providing a safe workplace.

In addition to employee safety, being a good neighbor to the community is at the heart of the industry. That means operating responsibly, investing in advanced air quality controls, good environmental stewardship and continuing to abide by federal and state environmental regulations.

Stryten employee safety program

Protecting the “Industrial Athlete” Every Day

Crown Battery employee safety

Making Employee Safety Training Fun

Crown Battery has built workplace safety into its culture, systems and facilities, and emphasizes safety training year round. But the company adds a layer of fun during OSHA’s annual Safe and Sound Week. Employees scan QR codes on posters to access questions on safety topics and compete for prizes in a scavenger hunt trivia game.

Read how Crown Battery is using creativity to get employees engaged in safety.

East Penn employee safety

Providing Onsite Medical Care for Employees

employee safety

Recognized for Strong Record

Protecting Our Employees

Keeping our employees safe is ingrained in everything we do. Watch this short video to learn how the lead battery industry prioritizes employee safety.

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