Each year, organizations join the prestigious Campbell Award winners circle. Cutting across international and industry boundaries, Campbell Award winners represent organizations that have taken great strides in EHS excellence. Award winners are acknowledged not only as leaders in the business realm, but also as those that recognize the value of protecting employees and their environment.
In the spirit of sharing and continuous improvement, the winning applications are available below. To learn more, explore the business case studies created by each winner.
2016: USG Corporation
USG Corporation is a manufacturer of innovative, high-performance building systems through its United States Gypsum Company and USG Interiors, LLC, subsidiaries. Headquartered in Chicago, IL, USG’s worldwide operations serve the commercial, residential, and repair and remodel construction markets, enabling our customers to build the outstanding spaces where people live, work and play. Our brands, Sheetrock®, Durock®, Fiberock® Donn® and many more, are household names for builders, contractors, remodelers and homeowners alike. USG wall, ceiling, exterior sheathing, flooring underlayment and roofing systems provide leading-edge building solutions in some of the world’s most prominent structures.
2015: Honeywell Aerospace
Honeywell Aerospace technologies, products and services are found on virtually every commercial, defense and space aircraft and its turbochargers are used by nearly every automaker and truck manufacturer around the world. The Aerospace business develops innovative solutions for more efficient automobiles and airplanes, more direct and on-time flights, safer flying and runway traffic, along with aircraft engines, cockpit and cabin electronics, wireless connectivity services, logistics, and more. The business delivers safer, faster, and more efficient and comfortable transportation-related experiences worldwide.
2014: Cummins Inc.
Cummins Inc., a global power leader, is a corporation of complementary business units that design, manufacture, distribute and service diesel and natural gas engines and related technologies, including fuel systems, controls, air handling, filtration, emission solutions and electrical power generation systems. Headquartered in Columbus, Indiana, (USA) Cummins currently employs approximately 48,000 people worldwide and serves customers in approximately 190 countries and territories through a network of approximately 600 company-owned and independent distributor locations and approximately 6,500 dealer locations. Since nearly 100 years ago when the company was founded, Cummins has demonstrated it values its employees, their families and those in the communities where it operates by ensuring clean, healthy and safe environments for all.
For more than 200 years, DuPont has brought world-class science and engineering to the global marketplace through innovative products, materials and services. Their market-driven innovation introduces thousands of new products and patent applications every year, serving markets as diverse as agriculture, nutrition, electronics and communications, safety and protection, home and construction, transportation and apparel.
Firmenich is the world’s largest privately-owned company (No.2 worldwide) in the fragrance and flavor business. Founded in Geneva, Switzerland, in 1895, it has created many of the world’s best-known perfumes and flavors that we enjoy each day. Its passion for smell and taste is at the heart of its success. It is renowned for its creativity and innovation, as well as its exceptional understanding of consumer trends. Each year, it invests around 10% of its turnover in R&D, reflecting its continuous desire to understand, share and sublimate the best that nature has to offer.
2011: UTC Fire & Security
UTC Climate, Controls & Security is the leading provider of heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems, building controls and automation, and fire and security solutions. Responsibility and operational excellence are fully integrated at UTC Climate, Controls & Security. UTC Climate, Controls & Security uses the best processes to solve some of the world’s greatest challenges—safely, ethically, sustainably and profitably.
2010: The Dow Chemical Company
Dow combines the power of science and technology with the “human element” to passionately innovate what is essential to human progress. The Company connects chemistry and innovation with the principles of sustainability to help address many of the world’s most challenging problems such as the need for clean water, renewable energy generation and conservation, and increasing agricultural productivity. Dow’s diversified industry-leading portfolio of specialty chemical, advanced materials, agrosciences and plastics businesses delivers a broad range of technology-based products and solutions to customers in approximately 160 countries and in high growth sectors such as electronics, water, energy, coatings and agriculture.
2009: Schneider Electric North America
Schneider Electric is a global specialist in energy management offering integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including energy and infrastructure, industrial processes, building automation, and data centers/networks, as well in residential applications. Based on its corporate Principles of Responsibility, Schneider Electric established safety, health, environment and community as the guiding principles of its business strategy. The organization aims for people to be safe, environmentally conscious, and healthy at work, home, and play. The North American Operating Division (NAOD), headquartered in Palatine, Ill., markets brands of Schneider Electric to customers in the United States, Canada and Mexico. NAOD has 19,000 employees who generated $3.6 billion in sales in 2008. This submission focuses on the EHS efforts of NAOD.
2008: Fluor Hanford
Fluor is a contractor to the U.S. Department of Energy managing environmental remediation activities at the Hanford Site in Washington State since 1996. With 3,600 employees working to remediate and close this former plutonium production site, their partnership with unions and approach to EHS protect and strengthen economic, environmental and community vitality.
2008: Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company
Gulf Petrochemicals Industries Company (GPIC) is a joint venture petrochemical and fertilizer company equally owned by the governments of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Kuwait, which commenced production in 1985 and currently employs 522 employees and up to 300 contractor personnel. GPIC´s dedicated staff makes it their personal crusade to nurture a robust EHS culture in their homes, society, and region as well as at work.
2007: Bahrain Petroleum Company
Bahrain Petroleum Company (BAPCO) is one of the oldest and largest petroleum companies in the Middle East. With 3,800 full-time employees and more than 1,300 contractors, BAPCO is the largest employer in Bahrain. In a country of emerging regulations, BAPCO incorporates world-class international standards in its quest of “Striving for Excellence.” With the leadership of senior management, the company successfully aligns its EHS efforts with business operations. This integration has allowed BAPCO to achieve record profits and 11 million employee-hours with no lost time injury.
Founded in 1902, Alcan was one of the globe’s leading suppliers of bauxite, alumina and aluminum, and a top-ranked provider of engineered and packaging materials. Each of Alcan’s four business groups held predominant market positions in the Americas, Europe and Asia. After a merger with various mergers and acquisitions Alcan is now part of Constellium, a global producer of aluminium semi-products with headquarters in Amsterdam, Netherlands.
2006: DM Petroleum Operations Company
DM Petroleum Operations Company is a private New Orleans-based firm that manages the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve. According to DM, top performance and returns were achieved “because of, not in spite of, our focus on the worker, the public and the environment.” Since 2000, DM’s EHS performance has met or exceeded 100% of its performance targets, enabling the company to receive 100% of the EHS performance award fee from the U.S. Department of Energy; in 2005, this amounted to an impact of almost $1,000,000. That year DM also received the Malcolm Baldrige Quality Award, the only federal government prime contractor to be so honored.
2005: Johnson & Johnson
Johnson & Johnson is the world’s most comprehensive and broadly based manufacturer of health care products, as well as a provider of related services for the consumer, pharmaceutical, and medical devices and diagnostics markets. Inspired by the company’s statement of responsibilities to its stakeholders, “Our Credo,” Johnson & Johnson is committed to excellence in the areas of environment, health and safety (EHS). Its processes and programs produce results that go beyond compliance – exceeding regulatory requirements and providing a competitive advantage for the company. The vision of EHS excellence is shared at all levels of the company. Education and support are provided to help employees live a safe and healthy lifestyle, both on the job and at home.
2004: Noble Corporation
Noble Corporation is a leading provider of diversified services for the oil and gas industry, performing contract drilling services with a fleet of 59 mobile offshore drilling units worldwide. Founded in 1921, today 70 percent of Noble Corporation’s fleet is deployed in international markets. Noble offers technologically advanced, drilling-related products and services designed to create value for its customers. Noble also provides contract labor drilling services, wellsite and project management services, and engineering services.