As we celebrate Global Safety Week, ADM is pleased to recognize the Clinton corn processing facility for their efforts to buckle up and stay
Clinton colleagues received a Belt America Award from the Iowa-Illinois
safety council for increasing seat belt usage. The Iowa-Illinois safety
council helps businesses educate their workers about seat belt safety,
both on and off the job.
“Safety is a top priority for us—and not just when we’re on the job,” says Lori Carlsen, a member of the plant’s Employee Safety Committee. “This program has helped us focus on safety on our way to and from work. We’re confident seat belt usage will continue to increase.”
The 860 employees and 500 contractors at the corn processing facility
have been recognized numerous times for their safety efforts and
community involvement. The team has received ADM’s Values in Action
awards for their efforts in river conservation, development of safety
programs, and contributions to cost management.
Congratulations to the Clinton team for their dedication to safety.
The ADM Corn Processing facility on Beaver Channel Road has called Clinton, Iowa, home for over 100 years. This facility processes corn into nearly 25 different ingredients including sweeteners, syrups, starches, fuel alcohol and beverage alcohol. The site also is home to the ADM Polymer plant, ADM’s first commercial bioplastics facility for production of renewable plastics. The nearby ADM Cogeneration facility, with its eyecatching gold dome, produces enough steam and electrical power to run both plants. ADM also has a trucking terminal and an ARTCO location in Clinton. These facilities combined employ more than 1,500 ADM and contract workers.
Every day, the 28,000 people of Archer Daniels Midland Company transform crops into renewable products that meet the demands of a growing world. At more than 230 processing plants, we convert corn, oilseeds, wheat and cocoa into products for food, animal feed, chemical and energy uses. We operate the world’s premier crop origination and transportation network, connecting the harvest to the home in more than 60 countries.