We are pleased to report that each of the three Maple Logistics warehousing and fulfillment sites – York, Lebanon, and Mount Joy – have individually been awarded OSHA’s elite Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) certification.  The certification recognizes employers who operate an exemplary injury and illness protection program.  Only 52 companies in Pennsylvania have achieved this honor.

This exceptional achievement is the culmination of all employees focusing on safety.  Successful initiatives range from increased training and awareness to safety audits, procedures, investments in ergonomic equipment to reduce the likelihood of injuries, and a robust and involved Safety Committee.  

Aside from reduced injuries, the benefits of being SHARP certified also include increased employee engagement, reduced employee turnover, and improved safety awareness inside and outside of the workplace.


Maple’s security profile is based on a combination of physical controls, management controls, and employee controls.

Physical Security Controls

  • Buildings are monitored 24 hours a day for fire and burglary by a 3rd party monitoring company.  All dock doors, access doors, and controlled areas are covered by dual technology Passive Infrared/Microwave motion sensors along with glass break sensors in the appropriate areas.  Buildings are fully sprinklered. Backup power and voice connections exist.  Camera monitoring is in place.
  • Employee and visitor entrances have key fob electronic access controls as well as physical door locks.  Keys are tightly controlled.
  • Visitor access is controlled to a single entrance.
  • Secure storage areas exist for high value items.
  • Trucker entrances are controlled via a cage.
  • The building exterior is checked on a regular basis.
  • Adequate exterior lighting exists.

Management Security Controls

  • A notification procedure exists for visitors to the distribution centers.
  • Visitors are required to sign in, and under certain circumstances, show identification.
  • Visitors are required to wear safety vests for identification and acknowledge and abide by safety regulations.
  • Visitors are required to wear name badges.
  • A theft policy exists and is strictly enforced.
  • Random bag checks are performed.
  • A product destruction policy exists and is strictly enforced.
  • A food health policy exists and is strictly enforced.

Employee Security Controls

  • Pre-hiring background screening is done on all employees.
  • Employees are trained in security procedures and are required to abide by them.
  • Refresher training is periodically conducted.