Be rewarded for playing it safe: The SPOTY Awards is accepting nominations

June 9, 2023, 9:31AMNuclear News

For two decades, J. J. Keller & Associates has been honoring safety professionals in North America. Once again, the Wisconsin-based regulatory, safety, and compliance solutions company is accepting applications and nominations for its annual Safety Professional of the Year (SPOTY) Awards. These awards recognize environmental health and safety professionals who “go above and beyond their daily duties to build a culture and vision for safety and achieve excellence in safety for their companies,” according to the company.

Applications and nominations can be submitted through July 31 at 5:00 p.m. (CST). Safety professionals who are legal residents of the United States or Canada may apply for themselves, or they may be nominated by other individuals. All official rules for participation are available on the J. J. Keller website.

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