[Cohoes, NY – September 13, 2012] Mohawk is pleased to announce that its employees have once again reached significant safety milestones.
As of Thursday, August 30, 2012, Mohawk’s Saybrook, Ohio, converting center and warehouse operation has achieved over eight years without a lost time injury. This means that employees at this facility have not had an injury that resulted in days away from work since August of 2004.
“Mohawk’s Saybrook facility also received two awards at the Pulp and Paper Safety Association’s (PPSA) Annual Awards Banquet this past June,” according to Ed Corlew, Manager of Health, Safety and Security. “The first, ‘NO OSHA Recordables,’ was for completing a full calendar year without experiencing an OSHA Recordable Injury and the second, ‘Best One Year Safety Record,’ for having the best record within the paper converting group. Now they’ve achieved another significant accomplishment.”
“Saybrook is an OSHA Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) Site at the Star Level. We are extremely proud that our employees’ diligent efforts toward working safely and maintaining a safe working environment are yielding such positive results,” says Jason Meunier, Manager of the Saybrook facility. 
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Mohawk is North America’s largest privately owned manufacturer of fine papers and envelopes for commercial and digital printing. Signature brands include Mohawk Superfine®, Strathmore®, Inxwell®, and proprietary i-Tone® for digital presses. Mohawk papers are chosen for commercial printing, photo specialties, and high-end direct mail. Products and samples are available through leading paper distributors and at
The company is leveraging connections in the digital, design, and photo space to develop new web-based offerings: Pinhole Pro, a solution for professional photographers to create beautiful press products; Pinhole Press, a lifestyle brand for beautifully simple photo gifts; MakeReady for digital printers; and Felt & Wire Shop, an online marketplace for social stationery, posters, and prints.
This fourth-generation, family-owned business is constantly renewing its commitment to environmental stewardship. As the first U.S. manufacturer of commercial printing papers to match 100% of its electricity with windpower renewable energy credits and the first U.S. premium paper mill to shift toward carbon neutral production, its portfolio of recycled papers certified by Green Seal and the Forest Stewardship Council’s (FSC) standards continues to grow along with the rest of the company.
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