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Brunswick hands out safety awards

Brunswick Corporation recently announced the winners of its safety award program for 2009.

Three facilities received the Chairman's Safety Award, the highest achievement, along with a $10,000 grant from the company that will be donated to a local charity chosen by the plant. The facilities are Brunswick Commercial and Government Products in Edgewater, Fla.; Mercury Marine in Juarez, Mexico; and Sea Ray Boats in Palm Coast, Fla.

Twenty-eight additional facilities were recognized with awards for their 2009 performance and 39 facilities were cited for achieving no lost-time incidents last year, including Mercury Marine's plants 3, 4, and 36 in Fond du Lac, Wis., which recently celebrated 1 million consecutive work hours without lost-time injury.

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