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Matheson Tri-Gas receives Leonard Parker Pool safety award

30 April 2009 | By Mark Osborne | News > Materials and Gases

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Leonard Parker Pool safety award Matheson Tri-Gas has been awarded the Leonard Parker Pool Safety Award by the Compressed Gas Association (CGA). The awards are presented annually to members that have recorded the greatest improvement in safety performance over a two years period related to the total recordable case incidence rates as defined by the OSHA.

There are three divisions of the award based on employee exposure hours. Matheson Tri-Gas received the award for Group 2 – over 750,000 to under five million employee exposure hours.

The Leonard Parker Pool Awards honor the memory of Leonard Parker Pool, the founder, and former chief executive of Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.

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