At Southwire, we nurture the culture of a “Southwire family” and we work each day to enhance the lives of our employees by building a workplace that is diverse, supportive and engaging. Safety and health are top priorities, and we will always treat each other with dignity and respect.
Southwire’s Living Well objective to is achieve a total recordable injury rate (TRIR) of 0.5 by 2023.
We understand that strong, enduring and thriving companies are the result of strong and supported individuals. At Southwire we are committed to helping each employee thrive extending from the workplace to the physical.
To support the total well-being of our employees, we provide year-round opportunities and resources that allow them to thrive personally and professionally. Resources and opportunities include valuable safety training, professional experience, health benefits, career planning, fair and equitable pay, community engagement and life and future planning.
*Number of incidents per 200,000 hours worked. TRIR includes all “OSHA Recordable Injuries”—first aid is not included, fatalities are included. †The lost workday rate (LWDR) is calculated as work days missed per 200,000 hours worked, beginning with the first day the employee was to work next.
In support of Southwire’s Carbon Zero goal to be carbon neutral for its operations by 2025, the packaging team actively searches for opportunities to improve sustainability efforts and reduce environmental impact.
Southwire recently obtained a Declare label for its 600 Volt and 1000 Volt SOLONONplus® Type XHHW-2 VW-1 cables, making it the first company in the U.S. to offer a Declare label for a power cable used in the wiring of green building projects.