NSC announces its Rising Stars of Safety, Class of 2021

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Itasca, IL — The National Safety Council recently announced its Rising Stars of Safety, Class of 2021 – a group of leaders who are younger than 40 and dedicated to making their workplaces safer.

The honorees have promoted continuous safety improvement within their organizations throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and created initiatives focused on measurable outcomes to provide workers with safe environments.

“It’s no secret that we find ourselves in a challenging moment for workplace safety. But with leaders like this year’s class of Rising Star honorees innovating new safety solutions every day, the future of safety and health is bright,” NSC President and CEO Lorraine M. Martin said. “The contributions of these ‘stars’ to the NSC mission to keep people safe, from the workplace to anyplace, are truly stellar.”

The Class of 2021 honorees are featured in the October issue of Safety+Health magazine.

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