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Itasca, IL – The Campbell Institute at the National Safety Council is pleased to announce seven new member organizations dedicated to world class environmental, health and safety (EHS) practices. The Chemours Company, Day & Zimmermann, Grainger, Krause Bell Group, Parsons Corporation, U.S. Steel and Wabtec have all joined the Institute – the center for EHS excellence.
“The Campbell Institute is proud to welcome these outstanding organizations as we work together to advance the future of EHS,” said John Dony, director of the Campbell Institute. “Each of these new members offer different perspectives and best practices that will expand the reach of the Institute, and more importantly, improve workplace safety.”
The Campbell Institute helps organizations achieve and sustain EHS excellence and is built on the belief that a focus on EHS management is necessary for business success. The Institute brings together top performing organizations from around the globe and various industries to share best practices and lessons learned among a broader audience.
As a member of the Institute, these organizations confirm their commitment to EHS. Vetted by the Institute in a rigorous process, members understand the value of protecting their people and preserving their communities and the environment. Each member is individually strong, but collectively they can make a stronger impact.
Campbell members and those interested in advancing the future of EHS will be attending the annual Campbell Institute Symposium, held Feb. 19-20 in Seattle. Cutting-edge topics explored during this event will include diversity and inclusion, fatigue, EHS in the gig economy and more.
To learn more about the Campbell Institute and how it can make a difference in your organization, visit thecampbellinstitute.org or email [email protected].
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