Commitment to Employee Well-Being
Comar is committed to our employees’ well-being and fosters both personal and professional development.
Our Wellness Initiative seeks to:
- Drive daily thoughts and actions around good health habits for employees and their dependents.
- Engage, educate & inform.
- Promote preventive care.
- Encourage active lifestyles.
Our Professional Development Initiative seeks to:
- Clarify and continuously validate expectations between the employee and his/her immediate manager
- Link individual objectives with annual company goals and departmental objectives
- Provide employees with regular feedback on their contributions toward our business strategy and on their behavior based on Comar’s core values.
- Encourage employees’ professional development; discuss employee’s career interests; link performance levels to salary increases
Our Culture of Ethics includes:
The company does not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, membership or an application for membership in a uniformed service — such as the military or a public health service — or other factors that are unrelated to Comar’s legitimate business interests.
Comar employees are expected to maintain legal and ethical business relationships with suppliers, customers, and competitors that do not influence or give the appearance of influencing the organization’s relationship with Comar.
It is the responsibility of all Comar employees to do their best to safely and accurately deliver our customers’ products to people around the world. All information employees provide relative to our products or services should be clear and accurate.
Employees should always exercise the highest ethical business practices in regard to source selection, negotiation, determination of awards, and the administration of all purchasing activities.
Inspection & Testing
Employees must ensure that Comar products are designed and manufactured to meet the quality criteria of its customers. Inspection and testing documentation must be complete, accurate, and truthful.
Employees must comply with all federal, state, and local environmental protection laws, including the limits contained in permits issued to Comar by those authorities.
Comar employees are responsible for maintaining a safe and healthy work environment and comply with all federal, state, and local health and safety laws and regulations.
Commitment to Workplace Safety
Comar’s commitment to the safety and well-being of its employees as well as its many customers worldwide extremely important. We believe everyone shares the responsibility for safety, and no job is too important or urgent that we cannot take the time to perform it safely. Our equipment, facilities, and work procedures have been specifically designed, developed, and installed with the health and safety of each employee in mind. Each of our facilities has active, behavior-based safety committees driving safe work environments.
Comar safety initiatives include:
“Town Hall” Meetings
Comar’s Senior Leadership Team communicates the company’s safety record and relays its success against targeted safety metrics through quarterly town hall-style meetings attended by all employees.
A Management Safety Committee
Employees from across the organization regularly review safety performance and address safety issues with the objective of fostering daily thoughts and actions centered on safety to minimize risks, risky behavior, and cost.
Speak Up/Listen Up
This program encourages anyone at any level in the organization to reinforce a safe work culture and to share safety feedback to supervisors, managers, or people in other work groups.
Corporate Recognition Programs
Comar’s exemplary safety record has directly impacted the bottom line. By emphasizing prevention of hazards and injuries, we have been able to contain our workers’ compensation insurance premiums and reduce lost workdays due to injury.
At Comar, each individual — from the newest machine operator to the CEO — is held equally accountable for safe work practices and creating a safe workplace. Our culture of safety is reinforced each day as employees step through our headquarters entrance, where the welcome mat reads: “THINK SAFETY.”