McCauley Award Nominations Due in Minnesota

The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry is accepting nominations until March 30 for a top annual honor. The Arthur E. McCauley, Jr. Award goes to a safety or health professional who is an example of safety excellence; it is named for former Minnesota Safety Council manager Arthur E. McCauley, Jr.

McCauley was a member of the Minnesota Occupational Safety and Health Advisory Council. The award recognizes his dedication and efforts to improve the safety and health of Minnesota?s workplaces.

Nomination forms must be submitted by March 30 to Assistant Commissioner, Safety Codes and Services Division, Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry, 443 Lafayette Road N., St. Paul, MN 55155, phone 651-284-5018. Visit www.doli.state.mn.us/mccauleyaward.html for the form.

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