The Thomas J. Reynolds Awards for Excellence in Construction Safety and Health were created in 1982 by the NEA Safety & Health Committee to recognize outstanding achievement in minimizing the number of work site accidents. Winners are determined by a set formula based in part on the total number of work hours and the lost time incidence rate.
The Craftsperson of the Year Award for Ingenuity & Innovation in Construction were created in 1989 by the NEA Labor Committee, as a symbol of the committee’s dedication to the importance of labor-management cooperation and quality craftsmanship in the industry. Awards are presented to craft workers from all trades in several work hour and project size categories.
These annual awards are presented during TAUC’s Leadership Conference. This year’s conference will be held at The Fairmont Turnberry Isle Resort & Club in Miami, May 13-16.
All TAUC members are encouraged to submit nominations for both awards. Winning either award demonstrates your organization’s commitment to excellence.
Again, all entries must be received no later than March 14, 2008. If you have any questions regarding the awards nomination forms, please contact Mike Dorsey, Manager of Membership, at (703) 524-3336 ext 122.
Thomas J. Reynolds Awards for Excellence in Construction Safety and Health nomination forms can be found here.
The Craftsperson of the Year Award for Ingenuity & Innovation in Construction nomination forms can be found here.