Green Cross for Safety Award Semi-Finalists

The following nominees were named semi-finalists for the 2018 Green Cross for Safety Awards. The awards recognize people and organizations for their contributions to the advancement of safety in the workplace, on the road, and in homes and communities.

Awards were presented at the Green Cross for Safety Award Celebration May 23 in Chicago. Congratulations to the following semi-finalists:

  • Accenture, LLP
  • The Boeing Company
  • Brigham Health Sleep Matters Initiative
  • Brilliant Reflective
  • Common Ground Alliance 811 Campaign
  • Jane Fellman, Safe Kids Kenai Peninsula Coalition
  • Marine Operational Test Squadron One
  • The National Shooting Sports Foundation – Project ChildSafe Communities
  • Naval Support Activity Souda Bay
  • Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Crane Division
  • Ring Container Technologies
  • Schneider National
  • Dr. David L Strayer, University of Utah, Dept. of Psychology
  • UC Risk and Safety Solutions Inspect Application
  • University of Pittsburgh Department of Emergency Medicine, National Association of State EMS Officials, and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
  • Alan Vance, Cohen Architectural Woodworking

The Awards

Safety Excellence
Recognizes a corporation, coalition or organization that relentlessly pursued safety, developed a fresh solution and shared or is ready to share that insight with others

Safety Innovation
Recognizes a researcher, corporation or organization that approached a long-held challenge and, using a fresh perspective or new idea, developed a transformative response to the problem

Safety Advocate
Recognizes those who have made a significant impact on safety by raising awareness and bringing about change

For more information, consult the Green Cross for Safety award FAQs. Apply for the 2019 Green Cross for Safety awards. Complete the "Remind Me" form to receive an email next fall when it's time to prepare, or take a look at this year's application.

Excellence is Never an Accident