Health Safety and Environment

Health Safety and Environment

PCI prioritizes safety and
environmental stewardship

PCI operates in full compliance with environmental health and safety regulations at Federal and State levels, ensuring a safe workplace and minimizing adverse environmental impact.

Health and Safety

PCI has established and maintained an effective Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) as the basis for its health and safety management system. This program sets out standards along with guidelines, training, auditing and procedures for analyzing and reporting health and safety performance; all of which are essential to the company’s overall continuous improvement.

Our Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) policy encourages its team members to utilize the organized systems-oriented approach in resolving safety issues. This can be done by providing timely report of unsafe conditions / behavior observation and by participating in EHS activities. EHS uses a variety of measures that project goals that are definitely or possibly achievable.


Our management and employees are totally committed to protecting the environment and continually striving to improve its products, services and processes to minimize waste and improve recycling activities.

Pacific Consolidated Industries, LLS. (PCI) business is subject to the normal regulatory requirements applicable to a manufacturing company, notably environmental health and safety regulations, both at Federal and State levels. Some of the manufacturing processes require licenses from different government agencies, for example: emission permits of our parts coating operations. PCI’s Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) group adheres to full compliance to these requirements by giving importance to reducing any adverse environmental impact of its activities and to maintaining a healthful and safe workplace.

Our Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) policy promotes a whole-facility approach to sustainability by measuring environmental performance in these key areas:

Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Emission
Energy Conservation
Air Quality
Water Efficiency
Hazardous Waste Generation
Materials Recycling
Fossil Fuels
Storm-water Effluent Quality

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