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NSC Announces 2020 Industry Leader Awards

July 29, 2020
These 36 companies helped to reduce injuries within their respective industries.

The National Safety Council has recognized 36 employers for their excellent safety performance within their industries.

The organization's 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 2020 Occupational Excellence Achievement Award (based on 2019 calendar year data).

Criteria for selecting winners included North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code, lowest total incidence rate and employee work hours. 

“It is truly an honor to recognize these 36 organizations for their commitment to advancing safety,” said Ingrid Schoen, NSC director of membership in a statement. “This year’s winners exemplify what it means to protect employees from death and injury at work by making safety a priority. Congratulations on a job well done.”

Reward recipients include:

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