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Itasca, IL – The Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council and Stewardship Action Council announced the two honorees of the 2016 Innovation Challenge. The Cummins Components Filtration location in Izmir, Turkey, was selected for its multifaceted health and well-being program. Deb Group earned recognition for its "Fight Occupational Skin Disease" campaign.
The Innovation Challenge recognizes organizations for their achievement in the planning and/or implementation of an innovative program addressing critical environment, health and safety topics in a way that demonstrates creative thinking, strategic implementation and/or significant impact.
"Innovation is crucial to advancing the future of environmental, health and safety, but it is too often overlooked," said John Dony, director of the Campbell Institute. "We are honored to highlight and share the best practices of organizations like Cummins Components Filtration and Deb Group so that more workers can be protected."
Cummins Components Filtration and Deb Group will be presented with this recognition at the Campbell Institute Symposium taking place Feb. 25-26 in Austin, TX. The Symposium is a ground-breaking event where attendees explore what lies ahead in the field of EHS.
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About the Campbell Institute The Campbell Institute is the environmental, health, and safety (EHS) Center of Excellence at the National Safety Council. Built on the belief that EHS is at the core of business vitality and intrinsic to operational excellence and financial performance, the Institute helps organizations of all sizes and sectors achieve and sustain excellence.
About the Stewardship Action Council The Stewardship Action Council is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to improving social and environmental performance. Its members include representatives from the academic, state government, non-governmental, investment, and industrial and services sectors.
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