At Columbus McKinnon Corporation, we connect Safety to all that we do! From our people, to our products and the communities we live and work, safety is that lynchpin that keeps us moving forward.
Columbus McKinnon has a long history of success, and we would not be where we are today without the hard work and dedication of all our employees. We feel it is critical to ensure our most valuable assets, our people, have a safe environment to work in every day.
CMCO has a rich culture rooted in safety, evidenced by our safety performance, quality products, exceptional associates and satisfied customers.
"Columbus McKinnon has a long history of success, and we would not be where we are today without the hard work and dedication of all our employees. We feel it is critical to ensure our most valuable assets, our people, have a safe environment to work in every day. We also understand the importance of their overall health and psychological well-being. We have integrated safety standards, training and wellness programs into our daily work."
By Chris McCay, Director of Environmental, Health and Safety
Our leaders recognize the importance of EHS to our business success and, therefore, we strive to make continuous improvement in EHS, beyond regulatory compliance. Download our safety fact sheet to learn more about our safety objectives.
We asked children & grandchildren of our global associates to submit drawings on the theme of "Safety at Work, Home or Play." The winners of the contest are featured in Columbus McKinnon's 2021 Safety Calendar! All proceeds go to Kids Chance for scholarships for children affected by parent's work-related injuries.
This Environmental Health and Safety Policy formalizes Columbus McKinnon’s commitment to continuous improvement in the areas of EHS to ensure a sustainable future for our Company, our employees, our customers, the communities in which we live and work and our global environment.
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