Nissan Chemical America Demonstrates Commitment to Performance Improvement
Pasadena, TX – Nissan Chemical America’s Pasadena facility announced today it has furthered its commitment to environmental, health, safety and security excellence by becoming certified in ChemStewards®, the Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates’ performance improvement program.
Nissan Chemical America’s adoption of ChemStewards represents a commitment to improve its performance through a system of reviews and independent audits. ChemStewards is SOCMA’s flagship EHS&S program developed by and for the specialty chemical manufacturing industry to reflect a focus on continuous improvement of regulatory compliance, customer confidence, community trust and product stewardship. As a mandatory requirement for SOCMA members who are engaged in the manufacturing or handling of chemicals, ChemStewards is helping participants achieve superior EHS&S performance.
“Becoming ChemStewards certified is a major step for Nissan Chemical America’s employees, customers and community,” said Jennifer Abril, SOCMA President and CEO. “ChemStewards is designed to help specialty chemical companies prioritize environmental, health, safety and security improvement. We commend Nissan Chemical America Pasadena Plant on its successful completion of the program, which should serve as proof to their customers of the company’s efforts to achieve superior performance.”
To learn more about ChemStewards, visit www.chemstewards.com.
Since 1921 SOCMA has represented a diverse membership of small, medium and large chemical companies located around the world bringing world-class support uniquely tailored to enhance the operational excellence of our member companies. SOCMA is the only U.S.-based trade association dedicated solely to the specialty chemical industry, making us the leading authority on this sector. To learn more, visit www.socma.com.