Motiva Chemicals Continues Star Status in OSHA's Voluntary Protection Program (VPP)

PORT ARTHUR, Texas, May 16, 2023 ~ Motiva Enterprises announced today that their chemicals plant, part of the company's Port Arthur Manufacturing Complex, has been recertified with the "Star" designation from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Voluntary Protection Program (VPP). This makes the Port Arthur Chemicals plant the oldest active federal VPP site in the nation with a union-represented workforce.

Jeff Newman, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Motiva's Port Arthur Manufacturing Complex, said: "The safety and well-being of our people and communities is ingrained in our operations." He expressed his pride for employees who paved the way for this designation years ago, and to all who have continued down this path by implementing industry best practices and improvements at their facility over the last thirty-five years.

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The VPP program recognizes sites that have successfully incorporated comprehensive safety and health management programs into their total management systems. The flag will be flown at the site's entry as a representation of the teamwork achieved by employees and represented workers as well as Motiva's commitment to safe and reliable operations.
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