Tennessee OSHA’s On-Site Consultation Program Helps Oil Manufacturer Significantly Reduce Injuries

Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP). Consultation: An OSHA Cooperative ProgramPhillips 66 Spectrum Corp., a maker of automotive and other lubricating oils, contacted the Tennessee Occupational Safety and Health Administration (TOSHA) for help developing an exemplary safety and health program at its facility in Selmer. As a result of its 3-year collaboration with TOSHA’s On-Site Consultation Program, the facility has worked more than one million hours with a lost work case rate 87 percent below the national average and a recordable injury rate that is 69 percent below the national average. In recognition of its commitment to protecting workers, the site has been accepted in the Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program. For more information, see the company’s success story.