OSHA approves Star Award applicants after a thorough review of a written application and an intensive on-site visit to review documentation, interview employees at all levels, and to certify workplace conditions. Approved sites must then adhere to the key components of the Star Award criteria: management commitment; active and meaningful employee involvement; training; proper hazard analysis and review systems; and effective preventive or corrective actions for recognized hazards.
April 24, 2000
Motorola, Inc.'s Network Solutions Sector, Arlington Heights, Ill., has been recognized by OSHA for achieving the Voluntary Protection Program's Star Award. The award is given nationally each year to a handful of companies that demonstrate best-in-class safety and health performance.