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Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP)

We recognize businesses who go above and beyond safety and health regulations.

About the program

Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP) is a recognition program administered by the Massachusetts Department of Labor Standards’ (DLS) OSHA Consultation Program for smaller, high-hazard employers who operate exemplary safety and health programs. Becoming a SHARP company takes commitment and dedication. A single consultation visit does not automatically make your company a SHARP member. Acceptance of your worksite into SHARP from OSHA is an achievement of status that singles you out among your business peers as a model for worksite safety and health. Upon receiving SHARP recognition, the U.S. Department of Labor/OSHA exempts your worksite from OSHA programmed inspections during the period that your SHARP certification is valid.

Becoming a SHARP member can save you money by:

  • Lowering worker's compensation insurance premiums;
  • Improving worker retention and reducing costly turnover;
  • Reducing worker days away from work, which can keep operations and production running smoothly.

Contact us for information on becoming a SHARP member.

Massachusetts SHARP businesses

  1. Everett J. Prescott, Shrewsbury, MA
  2. Shaker Workshops, Gardner, MA
  3. Sanford & Hawley, West Springfield, MA
  4. VH Blackinton, Attleboro, MA
  5. L.W. Bills, Georgetown, MA
  6. PolyPlating, Chicopee, MA
  7. Larson Tool and Stamping, Attleboro, MA
  8. UN1F1ED2 Global Packaging Group, Sutton, MA
  9. Crosby Yacht Yard, Osterville, MA
  10. G&F Industries Inc, Sturbridge, MA
  11. Corrosion Materials, Auburn, MA
  12. Cri-Tech, Hanover, MA