For the third straight year, the Nautilus Inc. manufacturing facility in
The Nautilus cardiovascular equipment plant received its third straight Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) certificate from the Oklahoma Department of Labor. SHARP is a workplace safety honor that provides a two-year exemption from scheduled inspections by the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The Nautilus Tulsa facility is one of 35 manufacturing facilities receiving the SHARP certificate.
Commissioner of the Oklahoma Department of Labor, Lloyd L. Fields, commended the staff while presenting the honor. "Nautilus, Inc. is among an elite group of
Also commenting on the honor was City of
The Nautilus Tulsa facility is a 135,000-square-foot manufacturing operation employing 230 people in the making of 20 lines of commercial cardiovascular equipment, including TreadClimber trainers, treadmills, exercise bikes, steppers and step mills. In the past year, the facility has reduced recordable accidents by 50 percent despite increasing volume by more than 30 percent.