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Latest VPP Site Approvals

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  • Torcon, Red Bank, NJ (Continue Star MWF)

  • Evonik, Waterford, NY (Continue Star)

  • STERIS Applied Sterilization Technology, Whippany, NJ (NEW Star)

  • Covanta Hempstead, Westbury, NY (Continue Star)

  • Parsons NJMVIS Freehold, Freehold, NJ (Continue Star)

  • Wheelabrator Gloucester, Westville, NJ (Continue Star)

  • Wheelabrator Hudson Fall, Hudson Falls, NY (Continue Star)

  • Honeywell UOP, Tonawanda, NY (Continue Star)

  • IBM, Yorktown Heights, NY (Continue Star)

  • IBM, Poughkeepsie, NY (Continue Star)

  • Parsons NJMVIS Lodi, Lodi, NJ (Continue Star)

  • Parsons NJMVIS Millville, Millville, NJ (Continue Star)

  • Parsons NJMVIS Cape May, Cape May Court House, NJ (Continue Star)

  • Pfizer, Pearl River, NY (Continue Star)

  • BASF, Tarrytown, NY (Continue Star)

  • Access Compliance, Latham, NY (Continue Star)

  • Integrated Die Manufacturing (IDM) Corning, Painted Post, NY (Continue Star)

(Updated 7/11/2024)

What is VPP?
 

The Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP) is a safety and health management system that prevents workplace accidents and fatalities. VPP is for companies seeking safety and health excellence by implementing additional voluntary compliance measures that go above and beyond the requirements of the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) rules and procedures. Operated by OSHA, OSHA state-plan states and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), VPP is designed to promote excellence in safety and health by recognizing facilities with outstanding occupational safety and health management systems.

More information on VPP can be found on the OSHA website.

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