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Our commitment to health and safety goes beyond the workplace. We are focused on each employee's health and welfare … on and off the job. Through health assessments, training, and support, we look to enhance the well-being of every employee. In countries like China, India, Mexico, Brazil, and Russia, we provide bus transportation for some 10,000 employees to get to and from work each day. We take steps to ensure this transportation is as safe as possible.
John Deere facilities regularly earn safety awards and other recognition. For example, 34 John Deere units in the United States earned the Occupational Excellence Achievement Award in 2016 from the U.S. National Safety Council.
This award recognizes units that have no fatalities and report lost-time case rates equal to or less than half the rate for their industry. The lost-time case rates are calculated using 2015 safety performance figures.
The National Safety Council is a nonprofit public service organization in the United States that works through education and training to help prevent accidental injury and death.
Deere units who earned the National Safety Council’s Occupational Excellence Achievement Award are:
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