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Bevcorp, Corning Environmental Technologies Recognized as Safety Leaders

Winners of Manufacturing Safety Excellence Awards Demonstrate Value of Safety Programs that Go Beyond Simple Compliance

By Keith Larson

 AF14 Banner/automationfair/index.html Corning Environmental Technologies and Bevcorp claimed top honors in the Rockwell Automation Manufacturing Safety Excellence Awards for 2014. The annual awards commemorate the world’s safest manufacturing companies, specifically those that realize the widespread benefits of a holistic approach to safety. Representatives of the two companies were recognized in an awards ceremony at the End-User Safety Forum this week at Automation Fair in Anaheim, California.

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