Nautique receives safety award

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Nautique was honored by the United Safety Council with two awards during the group’s annual ceremony.

The Nautique team received a silver medal for the Corporate Safety Award, which is given to companies based on their overall level of safety accomplished in the past year. Additionally, Nautique’s environmental, health, safety and security manager, Bart Drummond, received a silver medal for the Safety Leadership Award. It’s given to an individual dedicated to safety and Nautique credits Drummond for being instrumental in establishing a culture of safety at the company.

“The entire Nautique Team is extremely focused on the priority of safety in our operations,” said Nautique president Greg Meloon in a statement. “Being recognized by the United Safety Council is an incredible honor and highlights the continuous efforts to developing a safety culture that is industry leading.”

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