Brewery honored for safetyDecember 31,2012Brewery honored for safety
MIDDLEBURY — Otter Creek Brewing Company has been designated a SHARP Company, only the ninth company in Vermont to receive such an award and only the fourth brewery nationwide to achieve this recognition.
SHARP — The Safety Health Achievement Recognition Program — is a national program implemented by states under federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration jurisdiction. The award recognizes high-hazard businesses with exemplary safety and health management programs.
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