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Honors companies, locations and divisions that have at least a 20% reduction in injuries and illnesses involving days away from work and have maintained or reduced their number of fatalities as per OSHA record-keeping requirements.
Distinguish your organization, or a division within your company, for completing at least 12 consecutive months without an occupational injury or illness involving days away from work.
Honors companies, locations or divisions that have achieved at least five consecutive years (60 months) without incurring an occupational injury or illness.
Honors organizations completing 480 consecutive hours without a reportable accident, personal injury or property damage.
This award recognizes companies, and divisions within a company, that have accumulated at least 1 million work hours without incurring time away from work due to occupational illness or injury.
In accordance with OSHA record-keeping requirements, honors companies, locations or divisions that reported injuries and illnesses including days away from work equal to or less than 50% of the BLS rating for the 6-digit NAICS code, and have had no fatalities during the calendar year.
Honors companies, units or facilities that have achieved 10 consecutive "Perfect Record" years by operating at least 120 consecutive months without incurring an occupational injury or illness resulting in days away from work.
For an outstanding contribution to your organization's hazard recognition program.
Honors companies, locations or divisions that have had at least 30 consecutive days without an occupational injury or illness involving days away from work.
Recognize the safety superstars at your organization.
The Safe Driver Awards program helps your organization recognize and honor employees with a safe driving record.
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