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PBS participants attend quarterly luncheon.

A ramped up team-wide focus on safety has helped push the Mickey record for consecutive days without a lost-time accident to 353 as of press time, an all-time high, according to Josh Soto, Safety & Quality Manager.

The linchpin of Mickey’s stellar safety performance is its PBS campaign (People Based Safety), a peer-to-peer at-risk observation program where hourly team member observe each other’s work habits, processes and environment. “Their focus is to identify at-risk behaviors, then discuss the findings with their teammates,” Josh explains. “At any given time, we have 30 team members combing the campus, looking at every job task. This added focus on safety is one of the many reasons we are now celebrating 353 days since out last lost-time accident.”

PBS participants who complete an observation every working day of the month qualify for a quarterly drawing of 15 $100 gift cards.

In addition to PBS, Mickey teammates conduct daily safety audits on designated work areas to identify potential safety hazards.

“We’re always looking at new and innovative ways improve safety, and our most successful programs are the ones that engage everyone to be responsible for their own safety and the safety of their teammates,” says Josh.

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