The Joint Industry Safety and Health Council has recognized 68 chicken and turkey facilities for outstanding safety performance through the implementation of innovative and effective safety and health programs.
The annual awards, presented during the 2012 National Safety Conference for the Poultry Industry in Ponte Vedra, Fl., were given based on injury statistics over three years and an evaluation of written applications. Twenty-five facilities received the highest level of recognition, Award of Distinction. The other categories included Award of Honor and Award of Merit. "The industry recognizes that our people are our most valuable asset, and worker safety efforts have never been stronger," said John Starkey, president of the U.S. Poultry & Egg Association. "Poultry companies continue to devote people, time and other resources to actively identify and correct workplace hazards. These awards acknowledge excellent safety performance achievement through effective and innovative programs."
Awards of Distinction went to:
Awards of Honor went to:
Awards of Merit went to:
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