AB&I works with UCSF to keep workplace safety at the forefront in COVID-19 era
June 5, 2020
AB&I Foundry hosted a virtual visit to its facility in Oakland on June 5th focused on occupational health, for nineteen (19) University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) nursing students in partnership with Dr. Barbara Materna. Dr. Materna is one of California’s senior experts in occupational health who serves as the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) Occupational Health Branch’s Chief and teaches at UCSF.“Protecting the health and safety of our team members is of paramount importance to our company and sharing the knowledge behind it with students from UCSF adds a certain amount of accountability,” said Michael Lowe, AB&I’s General Manager.
AB&I approaches environmental and workplace safety issues with a clear vision from our corporate leaders, supported by strong policies that place the workplace environment and safety at the core of the business and through a substantial investment in advanced safety technologies and modern infrastructure. But these investments can only fulfill their real value through applied knowledge by healthcare professionals and UCSF students are among those we may depend upon in the future.
Zeydi Gutierrez, Director of Community Relations added, “During this year’s virtual visit, we addressed the unique environmental and safety challenges faced by our industry with a comprehensive Environmental, Health and Safety (EHS) management system. I am proud to be part of this community and forging the partnerships needed support the health and well-being of industrial workers here in East Oakland and beyond.”
In addition to producing environmentally beneficial products, AB&I has developed ways to make our facility more environmentally friendly as well. AB&I has implemented environmental practices that, in many instances, exceed U.S. standards, producing performance that is among the best of the industries in which we operate.
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