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The Indiana Department of Labor's mission is to advance the safety, health and prosperity of Hoosiers in the workplace. The Indiana Department of Labor seeks to recognize those Hoosier organizations, individuals, professional groups, etc. that help foster a culture of workplace health and safety in Indiana workplaces. Learn more about Indiana's occupational safety and health recognition programs below.
The Governor's Workplace Safety Awards are presented annually during the annual Indiana Safety and Health Conference and Expo. All Hoosier businesses, unions, municipalities, schools, service organizations, non-profit organizations and individuals are eligible to apply for an award in four categories: Innovation, Partnership, Rising Star and Education & Outreach.
OSHA's Voluntary Protection Programs recognize and partner with businesses and worksites that show excellence in occupational safety and health. Sites are committed to effective employee protection beyond the requirements of OSHA standards. VPP Participants develop and implement systems to effectively identify, evaluate, prevent, and control occupational hazards to prevent employee injuries and illnesses. The average VPP worksite has a lost workday incidence rate more than 50 percent below the national average of its industry. Click here to view current Indiana VPP sites.
As a federally recognized program, the Indiana Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (INSHARP) provides recognition, rewards and ongoing support to small Hoosier employers that operate exemplary safety and health management systems.