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    Schneider Electric to be honored at Green Cross for Safety Dinner April 14

    April 1, 2011

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    The National Safety Council will present its 2011 Green Cross for Safety Medal to Chris Curtis, CEO in North America of Schneider Electric, on April 14 in Chicago. The ceremony will include a reception, followed by a black-tie dinner and program.

    Since 2000, NSC has annually recognized an organization and its leaders for outstanding achievements in safety and health and for responsible citizenship by awarding the Green Cross for Safety Medal. To be considered for the Green Cross for Safety Medal, an organization and its leadership must demonstrate a superior record in advancing safety and health practices consistent with the mission of the National Safety Council.

    For more information about the 2011 Green Cross  for Safety Dinner, visit greencross.nsc.org, call the council’s Development Office at (800) 621-7615, ext. 52304, or e-mail development@nsc.org.


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