Health and Safety

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ICAAMC members share a common ethical undertaking to exchange health and safety lessons learned and promote an industry-wide commitment to zero incidents to ensure the well-being of all their employees

ICAAMC members submit accident and near-miss reports six times a year on an anonymous basis, which now comprise a searchable database of over 200 industry related incidents. Members’ health, safety, and environment (HSE) specialists raise specific incidents that they believe can provide lessons learned for benchmarking at the ICAAMC’s six yearly HSE meetings.

Projects/Issues and Links to Webpages

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What Lies Beneath  :

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Zero Incident Philosophy  :

Zero Harm Culture  :

ICAAMC Statement of intent on not hand touching rotating parts

ICAAMC member companies are committed to the highest standards for the health and safety of their workers. ICAAMC has identified that there is a high risk for injury in touching rotating equipment (using hands or inappropriate manual aids) for polishing, finishing, or other processes, and are convinced that alternatives are always possible. All companies have resolved to educate their workers about the risks and to strive to find solutions, or adapt processes, that remove the hazard, such as mechanical aids, operation cut-offs, guards, or other means.


The following ICAAMC HSE guidance is available for download in PDF format by using the following links: