Linde US Receives Responsible Care Certification

The leading Gas Major, Linde Group has received appreciation certificate for Care Responsibility under the American Chemistry Council’s responsible care program. Linde Group awarded during at Selkirk, New York Air Separation plant.  It marks the long term strategy of The Linde Group to turn out profitable growth and focuses on the expansion of its international business with forward-looking products and services, as mentioned in policy management bible.

Responsible Care is a worldwide recognized management system aimed at helping companies to improve activities in areas of safety, health, environment and security. Currently this certification is mandatory for all ACC member companies, which must undertake headquarter and facility audits by an independent, accredited auditor to verify that they have a structure and system in place that manages and measures performance. (Courtesy: Website)

Responsible Care management Constitutes:

  • Community awareness;
  • Emergency response;
  • Security; distribution;
  • Employee health and
  • Overall Safety;
  • Pollution prevention;
  • Process safety and product stewardship.

Linde’ Selkirk plant is situated in the south of Albany and has been in function since 1976. The plant produces 650 tons per day of atmospheric gases (oxygen, nitrogen and argon). Primarily these gases are delivered to electronics, food, medical, beverage, plastics and welding customers in New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island, Maine, New Hampshire and Pennsylvania.

Kudos to Linde Group 🙂

News Source: Market Watch, Image : the-linde-group.com

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