Don’t Miss Out on the Incredibly Prestigious MCAA/CNA Safety Excellence Awards. Application Deadline is January 24

January 17, 2020

MCAA and long-time partner in safety CNA bring you the prestigious MCAA/CNA Safety Excellence Awards Program. Top awards are based on your company’s safety program’s success, and innovative safety initiatives. There are first place winners in each of five size categories. Each first place winner will receive a plaque at MCAA’s Annual Convention.

To be eligible to receive one of these awards you’ll need to complete an application online and submit it to MCAA by January 24, 2020. If your company wins an award, someone from the company must be available to receive it at the annual Awards of Excellence Breakfast on March 18, 2020 at MCAA2020 in Maui, Hawaii. If you have any questions about the program, please contact Pete Chaney at pchaney@mcaa.org, or 301-990-2214.

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