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Case Studies

To help start or improve your organization's safety and health program, see the case studies listed below for lessons learned and best practices.

  • OSHA's Safety and Health Recognition Program (SHARP) recognizes small businesses that operate exemplary safety and health programs. Success stories from these programs highlight:
  • Hazards that OSHA's voluntary On-Site Consultation Program helped companies identify.
  • Methods companies implemented to correct the hazards.
  • Business practices that changed to prevent injuries and illnesses.
  • Challenges, successes, and overall impact on businesses.
  • OSHA's Voluntary Protection Programs (VPP) recognize employers and workers who have implemented successful safety and health management systems.
  • Each year the National Safety Council (NSC) recognizes "CEOs Who Get It" by demonstrating a personal commitment to worker safety and health. These Chief Executive Officers show the key role of management leadership in building a culture of safety.
  • The Robert W. Campbell Award Business Case Studies are designed to show future business leaders the business value of environmental, health, and safety (EHS) management. Established in 2004, the award recognizes companies who are the "best of the best" in integrating EHS management into business operations. You can download materials—including a business case study document, teaching notes, PowerPoint presentation, and videos—for case studies on the following companies:
    • Noble Corporation
    • Johnson and Johnson
    • Alcan
    • DM Petroleum Operations
    • Fluor Hanford
    • Schneider Electric
    • Dow Chemical

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