Apply Now For The MCAA Safety Statistics And Awards

Mar 14, 2023

The MCAA’s Safety Statistics and Awards program rewards the safety performance of MCAA members because safety is your top priority.

All applicants receive a valuable benchmarking report that will allow them to compare their own 2022 incidence rates with the aggregate rates of the other participating MCAA companies overall, those in the same size category and with the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics incidence rates. Those who qualify also receive a certificate of commendation.

Apply today! Applications are due by the close of business on March 15.

The program provides six awards categories, including awards for zero recordable cases, zero lost workday cases, recordable cases incidence rates that are 25% or more below the industry average, lost workday cases incidence rates that are 25% or more below the industry average, and two that are a mix of these items.

To apply for this commendation, complete a simple reporting form with data from your company’s OSHA Form 300A. Online submissions are due by the close of business on March 15.

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