Johnson & Johnson earns Robert W. Campbell Award
The National Safety Council announced that Johnson & Johnson is the 2005 recipient of its Robert W. Campbell Award. Donna M. Cappizzi, Director Worldwide Health and Safety of Johnson & Johnson, accepted the award during the opening session of the National Safety Council’s 93 rd Annual Congress & Expo in Orlando. This international award for business excellence recognizes companies that successfully integrated health, safety and environmental management into their overall business operations. The award, co-founded by the National Safety Council and Exxon Mobil Corporation, is supported by 16 global partner organizations. PLANT ENGINEERING magazine is an Outreach Collaborator for the Campbell Awards
“Our winner has developed comprehensive and sophisticated systems as part of its deep commitment to the health and safety of its employees,” said ExxonMobil Senior Vice President Edward G. Galante.
According to Mei-Li Lin, National Safety Council Executive Director for Research and Statistical Services and Campbell Award Program Director, “After the extensive review by an international panel of experts and a rigorous on-site assessment, it was agreed that Johnson & Johnson’s commitment to safety, health and environmental management and business excellence exemplifies the ideals and goals of Robert W. Campbell and the award that bears his name.”
“How organizations integrate safety, health and environmental management into their corporate structure will be a defining issue in doing business in the 21st century,” said Alan C. McMillan, NSC president and CEO. “The Campbell Award winners are the companies that are shaping the next era of safety, health and environmental excellence.”
The award is named for Robert W. Campbell, an early advocate of workplace safety and the first president of the National Safety Council.