The Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) is an exemplary program available for small employers with 250 employees or less who participate in the Missouri On-Site Safety and Health Consultation Program. It is designed to honor small businesses that operate effective safety and health management programs.
|Missouri SHARP Companies and the SHARP Association|
|Bill's Quick Mart, Inc.||Rogersville|
|Central States Industrial Equipment & Services||Springfield|
|Diesel Exchange, Inc.||Springfield|
|Doing Steel, Inc.||Springfield|
|Ellington Industrial Supply||Ellington|
|Harris Rebar/Ambassador Steel||St. Louis|
|International Dehydrated Foods, Inc.||Monett|
|IsoNova Technologies LLC||Verona|
|K & S Wire Products, Inc.||Neosho|
|Lutheran Good Sheppard Home||Concordia|
|Lutheran Nursing Home||Concordia|
|McClain Forest Products LLC||West Plains|
|National Home Products of Springfield, Inc.||Ozark|
|Nutra Blend LLC||Neosho|
|Ozark Stave||Pierce City|
|Ozark Steel Fabricators, Inc.||Farmington|
|Positronic Industries, Inc.||Mt. Vernon|
|Schaller Hardwood Lumber Company #1||Poplar Bluff|
|Schaller Hardwood Lumber Company #2||Poplar Bluff|
|Shillington Box Company||St. Louis|
|Smith Flooring, Inc.||Mountain View|
|The Scoular Company||Harrisonville|
|Wallach Iron & Metal Co. Inc.||St. Louis|
|Wil Fischer Distributing Company||Springfield|
|Woodland TM (Osment Models)||Linn Creek|
Missouri SHARP Association
The Missouri Department of Labor and Industrial Relations (Labor Department) works to ensure businesses and employees succeed together in safe and healthy workplaces. The Labor Department works toward that goal through its Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP), which is administered by the On-Site Safety and Health Consultation Program of the Department's Division of Labor Standards. Since 1991, SHARP has assisted 79 employers create safer and healthier workplaces for their employees.
On Dec. 10, 2008, the On-Site Safety and Health Consultation Program assisted current SHARP employers in establishing a SHARP Association. The association was created after receiving a unanimous vote in favor of its formation by current SHARP employers.
The goals of the SHARP Association in the state of Missouri are to enable current SHARP employers to mentor each other and strengthen their current programs by making their workplaces an even safer environment for employees. The SHARP Association, in conjunction with the Missouri On-Site Consultation Program, also will encourage and assist potential SHARP employers in achieving SHARP status.
For additional information about participating in SHARP, visit the On-Site Safety and Health Consultation page or contact Daniel Stark, program manager, at 573-751-3403 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about the SHARP Association, contact the On-Site Safety and Health Consultation Program at 573-522-SAFE(7233) or by email at email@example.com.