Providing comprehensive wellness programs and a supportive work environment to help our employees and their families improve their overall quality of life

Rain Carbon Inc. places a high value on the safety, health and well-being of our employees, so much so that Safety and Well-being are two of the company’s six Building Blocks for success (the hallmark of our corporate culture, and the behaviors and beliefs to which we are committed).

Rain Carbon Inc. has committed personnel in each facility, who are responsible for coordinating the safety program and making sure that all necessary resources are available to ensure the health and safety of our employees. We recognize the importance of employee involvement in our safety program and encourage it at all levels. Our safety program – and the number of full-time employees devoted to Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE) matters – is one of our most significant areas of growth over the last decade.

In the words of our president, Gerard Sweeney:

"Rain Carbon Inc. is committed to ensuring a safe work environment for all employees, contractors, and visitors. We strive to be the industry leader in safety and foster an environment where safe behavior is recognized as a value and a way of life. We support our safety program in all areas of our work, promote safety awareness, and communicate effectively to ensure its continuous improvement."

Employee well-being, another one of our Building Blocks, establishes the greater mission for health and wellness that Rain Carbon Inc. set upon several years ago, as the company began bringing personal-enrichment programs to employees and their families. Today, those programs range from weight maintenance and personal fitness consultations, to the hiring of a full-time Well-being Program Manager.

Tomorrow, we envision an employee culture that understands, and is supported in, all areas of personal well-being from health and fitness to spiritual and psychological wellness to healthy connections with loved ones and members of our communities who are in need.