Recently, the the British Safety Council gave OSI Group the esteemed Globe of Honour Award. OSI was one of, only, 18 organizations around the world that was granted a Globe of Honour Award, and the reason was because the company has showed excellent management in the area of keeping environmental risks to a minimum. The award was given to OSI in London at Draper’s Hall and was determined by a panel full of independent experts. OSI has earned two other Globe Of Honour awards, and these came in 2013 and 2015.
OSI Group has always been focused on preserving the environment and leading the way into the future by being a company built on sustainable practices. The company not only focuses on maintaining a sustainable supply chain, but it also works hard to improve the communities it serves and protect their local environments. On top of this, OSI has been ramping up its already excellent food safety practices by working with Arrowsight, Inc.’s third- party 24/7/365 Remote Video Auditing (RVA) services. This move will ensure that food safety protocols will be followed and that the strict food handling practices, specifically, that the company has always had are adhered to.
In July of 2017, OSI Group hired Nicole Johnson-Hoffman to be its new Chief Sustainability Officer. It will be her job to oversee the improvement of OSI’s worldwide sustainability strategy while providing support for those who will carry it out. Her leadership abilities have already been proven as she is also the company’s Senior Vice President of its McDonald’s Global Business Unit. Nicole looks to improve OSI Group’s supply and business network so that it can ensure its place as a global leader in serving its customers, the environment, and the local communities that it provides custom food solutions to.
Osi Group’s purchase of a 200,000 square foot storage warehouse and processing facility in the south-side of Chicago was a strategic move that will help it to improve its local capabilities as well as its national offerings. The facility was previously ran by Tyson Foods and as it is very near to OSI’s other Chicago facility, it will offer support and improved infrastructure to meet the needs of its growing customer base. The company, in a move that impressed many, offered jobs to a large portion of the previous Tyson employees who had just lost work due to the facility closing down.
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