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Itasca, IL – The National Safety Council announced 65 organizations will receive Industry Leader Awards in 2018 for excellent safety performance within their industries. The Industry Leader Awards are one component of the NSC Occupational Awards Program, which recognizes outstanding safety achievements of NSC members and represents the top 5% of member companies that have qualified for the NSC 2018 Occupational Excellence Achievement Award (based on 2017 calendar year data). Winners are selected based on North American Industry Classification System code, lowest total incidence rate and employee work hours.
“Each of these organizations went above and beyond to promote and advocate for safety,” said Ingrid Schoen, NSC director of membership. “We are proud to present them with the Industry Leader Awards this year, and we are grateful for their work to eliminate preventable deaths.”
Additional information on the Industry Leader Award and other member recognition programs, contact the NSC awards department at (800) 621-7615, ext. 52385.
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