ADM Corn Plant Celebrates Three Years without a Lost Workday Incident
PEORIA, Ill., Nov. 17, 2011 – The Peoria, Ill., Archer Daniels Midland Company (NYSE: ADM) corn processing facility is celebrating three years without a lost workday incident. In addition, total recordable injuries have declined by 88 percent since 2006. In honor of this achievement, employees donated $3,000 to Peoria Area Food Bank in lieu of purchasing gifts to mark the occasion.
“To celebrate three years of working safely, we are donating $3,000 to the Peoria Area Food Bank. We chose to donate to the food bank because when we work safely, we help fulfill ADM’s purpose as a company – to serve vital needs for food and energy. The donation also reminds us that our decisions to work safely impact more than just ourselves. We stay safe at work and at home for each other, for our families and friends,” said Eric Fasnacht, ADM’s plant manager for the Peoria corn facility.
A celebration event was held Nov. 10, featuring Randy Kampfe, vice president of corn processing for ADM; Bill Manley, regional manager, corn processing for ADM; and Chris Brinkman, safety manager, corn processing.
“I’m extremely proud of the 230 employees and our contractors who have worked safely for three years without a lost workday incident. Their continued focus on working safely shows ADM colleagues around the world that achieving zero injuries is possible,” said Kampfe.
About ADM’s Peoria Operations
ADM has approximately 230 employees and operates a corn dry mill, barge terminal and elevator in the Peoria area. Products ADM produces in Peoria include beverage-grade and fuel-grade ethanols, specialty industrial alcohols and animal feed products.
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