National Enzyme Company receives recognition for commitment to safety

National Enzyme Company receives recognition for commitment to safety

Forsyth, MO- On May 13 National Enzyme Company received the 2009 Dale Randall Traveling Award from Chapter VII of the Voluntary Protection Program Participants Association (VPPPA). This award recognizes companies for their dedication to raising safety awareness in the workplace. National Enzyme Company has been an OSHA Voluntary Protection Program certified STAR site for the past nine years, and is the only facility in the dietary supplement industry to achieve STAR site recognition from OSHA. National Enzyme Company graciously accepts the 2009 Dale Randall Traveling Award.

The VPPPA is a member-based association committed to cooperative occupational safety, health and environmental management systems. Chapter VII of the organization, which includes Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and Missouri, instituted this award in 2006 to honor the memory of Dale Randall. Dale dedicated his life to raising safety awareness and always challenged others to do the same. This award is given to companies who demonstrate the same qualities that Dale brought to the association and who have an unwavering spirit of contribution, participation and dedication to the success of the VPP and the VPPPA.

“I was privileged to know and work with Dale on regional VPPPA projects. Dale exemplified safety in every sense of the word. Receiving this award recognizes National Enzyme’s commitment to safety and honors Dale’s legacy,” says Carol Schwartzkopf, Safety Manager at NEC.

Since 1932, National Enzyme Company has been the leader in nutritional enzyme technology. From research and development to marketing support, NEC provides manufacturers and distributors worldwide with comprehensive dietary supplement services while adhering to strict NSF and TGA certified GMPs.

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