Immel Construction and JP Cullen have earned honors from the Wisconsin Safety Council’s Corporate Safety Awards.
Immel won a safety award in the Small-Medium category and Cullen won in the Medium-Large category.
The program recognizes Wisconsin companies that are dedicated to prioritizing a culture of safety in the workplace and have maintained exceptional safety records.
“We appreciate the opportunity to recognize companies who go above and beyond industry standards to ensure their workplaces are safe and their employees can go home safe each day,” said Wisconsin Safety Council Executive Director Aaron Huebner in a news release. “Congratulations to this year’s winners! We are thankful for their work making Wisconsin the safest place to live, work, and play.”
The Wisconsin Safety Council, in partnership with M3 Insurance and the Department of Workforce Development, presents the awards program each year to encourage companies to promote excellence in safety and health.
The winners were selected by an independent panel of safety, health and insurance professionals. Applicants were required to submit data about their 2022 safety records and provide information about their company’s safety and health leadership, training programs and their safety accomplishments and goals.
“M3 Insurance is thrilled to congratulate the winners of this year’s Corporate Safety Awards. Companies who make risk management and employee safety a top priority continue to be considered market leaders and employers of choice,” said M3 Insurance Partner Chris Halverson in the release. “We are honored to sponsor this program that rewards these organizations who are committed to prevention excellence in safety and health.”
The awards are distributed based on company size in three categories: Manufacturing; Agriculture, Transportation, Utilities & Other; and Construction. The Wisconsin Safety Council, the Department of Workforce Development and M3 Insurance will present the awards to the winning companies at the Wisconsin Safety Council Annual Conference, held April 17-19 in Wisconsin Dells.