Health & Safety


Pittsburgh Corning Receives PLATINUM Safety Award



The National Insulation Association (NIA) announced The 2015 Theodore H. Brodie Distinguished Safety Award winners at NIA’s 61st Annual Convention in Boca Raton, Florida, USA on April 21, 2016.  The Theodore H. Brodie Distinguished Safety Award is NIA’s highest industry honor and the only national award for outstanding safety performance in the mechanical insulation industry. NIA created the award program in 2004 to recognize top companies that have established structured safety programs to ensure the well-being of their employees and create safe working environments.


Throughout the judging process, applicant companies remain anonymous and winners are evaluated on the basis of their overall safety program, means of communication, and safety policy.  All applicant companies receive an individualized and detailed Safety Training Analysis Results (STAR)  Report.


The awards program includes four award categories - Associates (Manufacturers), Contractors, Distributors/Fabricators and Metal Building Laminators - and four levels of excellence - Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum.  Pittsburgh Corning was awarded the PLATINUM Level in the Associates (Manufacturers) category.


Find out more about the Theodore H. Brodie Distinguished Safety Award:



Past Awards


2016 Safety Best Practices Award - PLATINUM

The 2014 Theodore H. Brodie Distinguished Safety Award - GOLD

The 2013 Theodore H. Brodie Distinguished Safety Award - GOLD

The 2012 Theodore H. Brodie Distingusihed Safety Award - BRONZE