JEFFERSON'S SAFETY PROGRAM AGAIN RECEIVES NATIONAL RECOGNITION
Jefferson's safety program has again received national recognition when the National Safety Council presented its Award of Recognition for three Jefferson projects submitted at the 43rd annual International Conference on Campus Safety, held at the University of Dayton.
The three projects, and the Environmental Health and Safety employees submitting them, included:
The national program encourages creative problem-solving by rewarding new approaches to difficult challenges. Cost effectiveness and applicability to other institutions are among the evaluation criteria.
In 1995, Jefferson's safety program earned the University the prestigious Award of Honor from the National Safety Council. The award is the highest overall in the nationally recognized "Campus Safety Program" conducted by the Council.