Last Call to Recognize Your Company’s Safety Professional and Nominate Them for the 2022 MILWAUKEE TOOL Safety Professional of the Year Award Today

October 31, 2022

Nominations are open for 2022 MCAA/MILWAUKEE TOOL Safety Professional of the Year award, which is presented annually to a mechanical industry safety and health professional who helps their company achieve an exceptionally high degree of safety excellence.

The 2022 award winner will be announced during MCAA’s Safety Conference in San Diego, California, January 17-19, 2023. The recipient will also be invited to the MCAA23 Annual Convention in Phoenix, AZ, March 26-30, 2023, to receive the award onstage during the Wednesday Awards of Excellence Breakfast (airfare, lodging and registration to be provided). 

To nominate someone for the 2022 MCAA/MILWAUKEE TOOL Safety Professional of the Year, please complete the nomination form below and submit it by close of business on December 9, 2022

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