Trinity Transport, Inc. has earned membership into the Responsible Care Initiative sponsored by the American Chemistry Council by demonstrating their commitment to upholding the principles and practices in accordance with the organization’s mission for safe practices. Responsible Care is the chemical industry’s initiative that demonstrates the industry’s commitment to continuous improvements in health, safety, and environmental performance. Trinity Transport is committed to the safe handling and transportation of chemical shipments.
Trinity has entered the Responsible Care Initiative with an understanding that they will strive to uphold the requirements of the Responsible Care Management System as outlined by the American Chemistry Council. Trinity’s goal is to implement a system that involves the entire company in policy establishment, implementation, measurement, improvements, review, and reporting.
Trinity Transport’s purpose is to “continually improve people’s lives by constantly striving to be our best”. Additionally, the corporate theme for 2009 is “Advancing Excellence”, striving to raise the bar together and achieve even higher results in everything they do, from serving customers to building better relationships with contracted motor carriers. “By participating in Responsible Care, our dual purposes will be achieved as we continually improve processes and service, thus advancing excellence”, shared Linda Barnett, Manager of International Services & Responsible Care.
To learn more about the Responsible Care initiative visit www.americanchemistry.com/responsiblecare
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