Excellence in Workplace Safety and Health

MNSafetyCouncil_SquareMinnesota Limited will be recognized for excellence in workplace safety and health at the Governor’s Safety Awards luncheon on May 10 at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Minnesota Limited is one of 279 employers to be honored through the awards program, coordinated by the Minnesota Safety Council.

“Congratulations to Minnesota Limited for helping to make life safer inside their organization and beyond,” said Paul Aasen, president of the Minnesota Safety Council. “Safety may start at work but it extends to the roads and to home and we are all safer due to the good work by Minnesota Limited.”

Since 1934, the annual Governor’s Safety Awards program has honored Minnesota employers with exceptional safety performance. Applicants are judged on several years of injury data as it compares with their industry’s national statistics, and on their progress in implementing a comprehensive safety program. Winners are recognized at three levels:

Meritorious Achievement: Incidence rates that are better than the industry average for at least three years, and a score between 50 and 74 on a 100-point safety program evaluation scale.
Outstanding Achievement: Continuing improvement and/or a continuing outstanding record with incident rates that are 51%-90% better than the industry average, and a score between 75 and 90 on the safety program evaluation scale.
Award of Honor: Incidence rates at least 91% better than the industry average, and a score between 91 and 100 on the safety program evaluation scale.

Minnesota Limited will receive a Meritorious Achievement Award.

The Governor’s Safety Awards luncheon is part of the 84th annual Minnesota Safety & Health Conference, coordinated by the Minnesota Safety Council. The conference is the oldest and largest gathering of workplace safety and health professionals in the region. The Minnesota Safety Council, founded in 1928, is a non-governmental, not-for-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in Minnesota by preventing unintentional injuries and accidents.

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