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John Deere Safety Leader Earns Advanced Safety Certificate

Madison – Wisconsin Safety Council, the state’s leading provider of workplace safety training and programming and a division of WMC, awarded an Advanced Safety Certificate to Ann Mulvaney, Safety Representative for John Deere Horicon Works in Horicon.
The Advanced Safety Certificate is a nationally recognized commendation developed by the National Safety Council. Recipients must take numerous advanced safety courses which focus on the technical and management safety skills and best practices needed to elevate a company’s safety program.
“Today’s safety professionals need to have a high level of training and knowledge about a broad range of safety and health topics,” said Janie Ritter, director of the Wisconsin Safety Council. “Earning the Advanced Safety Certificate involves rigorous coursework and demonstration of applied practices. We congratulate Ann on her achievement and John Deere Horicon Works for their commitment to the safety of their employees.”
About WSC
The Wisconsin Safety Council is a division of Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce and the state chapter of the National Safety Council. Founded in 1923, WSC represents more than 4,000 members from all industries. Contact (800) 236-3400 or visit for more information.


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Download a photo of the certificate recipient here.
Photo caption: Ann Mulvaney, Safety Representative for John Deere Horicon Works, receiving her Advanced Safety Certificate from Wisconsin Safety Council Director Janie Ritter.
Contact: Janie Ritter, 608.258.3400




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