Celebrating 26 Years!
Now easier than ever, the streamlined application process can be fully completed online at www.wisafetycouncil.org.
The 26th Annual Wisconsin Corporate Safety Award Phase I is due February 4, 2020 by 12:00 Noon. Finalists making it to Phase II will be notified by February 10, 2020. Previous applicants have suggested that new applicants print, and fill out the page below to help complete their Phase I application online.
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- Congratulations to the 25th Annual CSA finalists
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- Congratulations to the 24th Annual CSA finalists
- Wisconsin Corporate Safety Award Winner Archives
This program honors leaders in our state’s business community for achieving excellence in safety & health.
The Wisconsin Corporate Safety Awards are sponsored by the Wisconsin Safety Council.
Celebrating our 26th year, this awards program honors businesses for exemplary safety records and excellence in safety & health management.
These businesses are making safety a top priority. They have gone to extensive measures to assure their most valuable asset—their employees—are safe on the job.
The Wisconsin Corporate Safety Awards will be based on size of organization AND type of organization. A total of up to 15 grand awards will be presented. All award finalists receive a finalist certificate and publicity; perfect incidence rates will receive certificates.
A. Size of Organizations
Based on actual payroll hours worked are the number of paid work hours for the calendar year (including office hours, but excluding vacation and holidays). You must include all fulltime, part-time, seasonal and temporary employees who work under your organization’s supervision. Two-four size categories in all types except Category A Manufacturing, which can have up to six-eight.
B. Types of Organizations
Category A: Manufacturing – NAICS Codes 31-33
Category B: Agricultural, Forestry, Transportation, Mining and Utilities – NAICS Codes 11-22
Category C: Construction – NAICS Code 23
Category D: Other – NAICS Codes 42-92
For assistance in determining your NAICS code, visit http://www.census.gov/eos/www/naics/
The Wisconsin Corporate Safety Award selection process involves two phases.
- In Phase I, statistical data relating to a company’s incidence rates for the past three years, with an emphasis on current full year’s calendar data, was reviewed and a core group of finalists was selected. Deadline for phase 1 is February 4, 2020 by 12:00 Noon. Companies below and up to 10% over the National Average within their NAICS code will move on to Phase II.
- In Phase II the finalists —selected by the Corporate Safety Award committee — will be notified by February 10, 2020 and asked to answer a series of subjective questions pertaining to workplace health and safety issues. Deadline for Phase II is March 2, 2020.
- Recognition: Winning a CSA is an excellent recognition tool and provides opportunities for new business thanks to the prestige and exposure of the award.
- This program gives much deserved recognition to your employees for their loyalty, hard work and dedication.
- Leading companies like yours deserve the opportunity to be recognized as a leader in workplace safety efforts.
- Exclusivity– winning this award places you in an elite group of fewer than 200 Wisconsin companies who have won in the 25 years this program has been honoring deserving organizations.
- Nominees and winners alike have received substantial and deserved recognition in the media locally, statewide and beyond.
- This wards program highlights significant accomplishments and industry firsts of those companies leading the way for future generations.
- The application process allows you to fully assess your organization – a valuable tool because it helps you evaluate your safety program’;s strengths and improve upon weaknesses.
- Morale Booster: Many winners of these awards cite their workers as deserving the majority of the credit for the award. Many winning organizations use the award as an opportunity to show appreciation to their associates for a job well done.