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MSA Safety named among America's Most Responsible Companies 2022

30 Dec '21
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Pic: MSA Safety
Pic: MSA Safety

MSA Safety, the global leader in the development, manufacture and supply of safety products, has been named one of America's Most Responsible Companies 2022 by Newsweek. It is the first time MSA has been recognised on this list. The company’s products are used by workers in the oil, gas and petrochemical industry, the fire service, and military.

The company list, compiled by Newsweek and its partner Statista, highlights organisations spanning 14 industries that strive to be excellent corporate citizens. The recognised companies were selected from a list of candidates that include the top 2,000 public companies headquartered in the United States, based on revenue, the company said in a press release.

“As a company that’s focused exclusively on helping to protect workers, corporate social responsibility has been at the heart of the MSA mission since 1914. We’re dedicated to that mission and are proud of our progress in the areas of talent development, diversity and inclusion, environmental sustainability, governance and risk. We work to evolve these programmes each year to build greater resiliency and adaptability into our overall business model.  As we see it, being a responsible corporate citizen is how we can help ensure a sustainable future for both MSA and our world,” Stephanie Sciullo, MSA safety vice president, chief legal officer, corporate social responsibility and public affairs said in a statement.

The Newsweek recognition is the most recent accolade the company received this year. For 2021, Forbes identified MSA Safety nationally as one of America’s best mid-size employers, a best place to work for new graduates, a best employer for diversity, and a best place to work in Pennsylvania.

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