The safety and health achievement recognition programme (SHARP) has been awarded to two Boyd Gaming properties.
This accolade is offered by the Safety Consultation and Training Section of Nevada’s Division of Industrial Relations. This safety award is first for either California Hotel and Casino or Main Street Station Casino Brewery Hotel.
Boyd Gaming’s top priority is to create a safe environment that welcomes our guests and team members,” stated Andre Filosi (California Hotel and Casino, Fremont Hotel & Casino, Main Street Station Casino Brewery Hotel Vice-President and General Manager).
“We are proud that our long-standing partnership is Nevada SCATS. It has enabled us to develop comprehensive safety programs, and have set the bar for safety at work.”
Boyd Gaming has been selected to be part of the SHARP group. This means that they have met certain standards in safety and health. Participation in this no-cost program is intended to help employers with their personal development and improvement programs.
Businesses can take these steps to lower accident costs and adhere to OSHA regulations.
Todd Schultz is the Chief Administrative Officer of SCATS. He stated, “Boyd Gaming has been a leader in safety within the casino sector.” It’s an honor to support Nevada-based businesses like these that make sure their workers return home healthy and safe every day.
SCATS consultants offer confidential assistance to employers in hazard identification and program development. They also provide training. Companies that ensure effective safety programmes and have a days-away restricted transfer (DART) rate that’s below the national average are often recognised by SCATS.
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