BSH received the Carolina Star Program certification


The BSH Home Appliances manufacturing facility in New Bern, N.C., has received the highly regarded Carolina Star Program certification. This program is administered through the N.C. Department of Labor’s Education, Training and Technical Assistance Bureau of the Occupational Safety and Health Division. Participants must demonstrate they are proactive and self-sufficient in monitoring: management commitment and leadership; employee involvement and participation; hazard identification and evaluation, hazard prevention and control, safety and health training.
BSH becomes the first company in Craven County to receive the certification, which was presented by North Carolina Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry during a celebration event at the BSH New Bern facility.
«BSH highly values our employees and is committed to nurturing a culture where they come first – said Andy MacLaren, vice president of cooking and New Bern site manager at BSH Home Appliances -. Achieving Carolina Star certification not only demonstrates our dedication to being a good employer, but also the collaboration across our entire team to foster a productive and positive work environment.»
Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry commented with this words: «I’ve noticed at BSH that there is a lot of effort in celebrating and supporting employees. It is clear that this kind of collaborative environment puts the employees and their well-being first. Carolina Star is a celebration of the unified accomplishments of all employees at BSH and their dedication to safety.»