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The Safety Committee of the Metals Service Center Institute is dedicated to these principles

  1. Safety is a moral imperative. Safety is a way of life at work and at home and is the responsibility of every person in the metals industry. Safety is personal and must be treated as such. Everyone should go home from work in the same safe and healthy state in which they arrive on the job.

  2. Our achievable objective is zero accidents.

  3. Safety in the workplace is a behavioral issue. Concern for safety must be driven from the bottom up AND the top down. Success in achieving and maintaining a zero accident, safe workplace is a proactive process that must be believed in and acted upon by everyone.

The Safety Committee is dedicated to fostering these principles for every company and individual in the metals industry, from Boards of Directors and CEO’s to every single metals industry employee, vendor and customer.

Metals Service Center Institute & National Safety Council Partnership
Safety Excellence Program

MSCI is deeply committed to advancing the cause of safety in the metals industry. The purpose of creating a joint program with the National Safety Council is to promote the adoption of formal safety programs among MSCI member companies and, over time, increase the overall safety of the metals industry. Using the resources this program offers MSCI member companies can access NSC's Advanced Safety Certificate training programs in their local area and take advantage of a wide range of free safety tools that will help them create a safer workplace. 

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MSCI’s Safety Best Practices and Success Study

In collaboration with Washington University’s Olin Business School and The Boeing Center for Technology, Information and Manufacturing




MSCI Safety Handbook
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The Metals Service Center Institute has partnered with the National Safety Council to offer their nationally recognized Advanced Safety Certificate for our members in the metals industry.  Learn about safety and share best practices alongside your peers with coursework focused on the metals industry.  View more information