I sincerely regret to inform you of some devastating news that has affected MACRO Manufacturing. Today, a blazing fire destroyed a major part of the manufacturing plant as a result of improper storage of hazardous chemicals.
Words can’t explain the extent of my regrets due to this unfortunate mistake. We are taking full responsibility and accountability for the damage, and have already begun planning new safety protocols for the future of MACRO Manufacturing. I believe in the importance of handling this issue immediately and clearly – with our shareholders, employees and valued customers best interests at heart.
With the support of Toronto Fire Services and world-renowned architect, Maxwell Quinn, MACRO Manufacturing’s regiment will take on a whole new level:
- Quinn will redesign the plant with a state-of-the-art sprinkler and alarm system; just one of Quinn’s many safety implementations.
- Hazardous chemicals will be stored in a separate facility.
- Toronto Fire Services will visit on a bi-monthly basis for detailed inspections and timely drills to ensure proper fire prevention measures, and safe storage of hazardous chemicals are in place.
I, on behalf of all MACRO Manufacturing staff, will assure these strategic and anticipatory measures are grounded in our daily protocols to ensure the safety of the surrounding community, employees and shareholders.
My sincerest apologies,
CEO, MACRO Manufacturing