Cargill earns safety awards

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

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Mary Walter, Occupational Safety and Health Administration Voluntary Protection Programs coordinator, presents a plaque Friday to Terry Smith, manager of the Cargill hatchery in Gentry for being one of 50 company sites in the state to be VPP certified.

Mary Walter, Occupational Safety and Health Administration Voluntary Protection Programs coordinator, presents a plaque Friday to Terry Smith, manager of the Cargill hatchery in Gentry for being one of 50 company sites in the state to be VPP certified.
Photo by Randy Moll

Employees of the Cargill turkey hatchery plant in Gentry were treated at noon Friday to a steak dinner in the park, with corn on the cob and pie from the Wooden Spoon Restaurant. The occasion was two-fold: for being recertified as a star site under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration and for 20 years of no lost-time accidents on the job.


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