Michigan OSHA hands out safety award to construction company
The Michigan Occupational Safety and Health Administration has handed out their first construction industry Star Award for safety and health excellence to Walbridge.
The company was commended for its safety practices that were done on the Couzens Hall renovation project at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor. The program recognizes specialized work that has been done by contractors throughout Michigan.
The Star Award is the highest level safety and health achievement. In order to receive the award, a company must be in business for three years, show a commitment to safety, and have a successful partnering with MIOSHA. The injury and illness rates of their employees must also be below the national average.
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