Mulzer Crushed Stone, Inc. is sponsoring a team in the Evansville Tri-State MS Association’s Autumn Walk on Sunday, November 6th at Harrison High School in Evansville. For more details and information on how to sign up, please see the attached flyer.
Mulzer Crushed Stone, Inc. received the Five Star AchieveWELL recognition from the Wellness Council of Indiana at the 2016 Indiana Health & Wellness Summit recently held in Indianapolis, Indiana. “Our Wellness Team worked very hard to earn this recognition,” commented Wellness Committee Chair Shari Everly. Everly and three employee members of the Wellness Team were in attendance to receive the award, Stewart Colin, Chad Lewis and Brandon Hundley.
The Wellness Council of Indiana established the Five Star level of AchieveWELL to recognize elite organizations in Indiana that have made employee well-being a priority in the workplace. These organizations have experienced noteworthy growth in the evolution of their wellness initiative and embrace it as part of the business strategy. AchieveWELL is an award-winning, proven strategic process that provides a road map to the destination of a well workplace and recognizes excellence in the field of health promotion.
The Mulzer Crushed Stone, Inc. Wellness 5k Walk/Run is scheduled for Saturday, October 1 at Ray Yellig Memorial Park in Santa Claus, Indiana. All employees and their families are invited to participate in the event, which begins at 7:45 am (CST). All race participants will receive an event t-shirt, and enjoy water, fruit and random prize drawings at the end of the event. Sign up by September 24. Brochures are available at each location.
Click here for more race details.
Employees can order camo themed items this fall in time for the start of hunting season. Click on the program details below for more information.
Mulzer Crushed Stone, Inc. Safety Director Matt Bunner recently wrote an article on best practices when working on or near water that was published in the American Society of Safety Engineers’ June publication of Professional Safety.
Matt’s article details important water safety topics the company covers with all river employees and provides tips to help industry peers create an effective water safety program of their own.
Way to go Matt!
Check it out at http://www.asse.org/assets/1/7/BP_0716.pdf.