When General Eisenhower became United States President, he appointed former Arizona Governor Howard Pyle as Special Assistant. From war experience, the tragedy of unintentional injuries weighed heavily upon the minds of both men. The President assigned to Governor Pyle the task of coordinating Eisenhower's on-going safety campaigns. After serving for two terms, the Governor spent the next 15 years as CEO of the National Safety Council.
In recognition of Governor Pyle's commitment to safety, Arizona Chapter National Safety Council created the Annual Governor Howard Pyle Safety Award in 1980. This award is given each year to the most deserving agency, company, program or individual making an impact upon the safety in Arizona.
Every year many American Workers die on the job as a result of unintentional injuries. More workers suffer from disabling injuries. Americans are killed and injured at home, on the highway, and at public and work settings.
Recognize and honor that key safety person or project by nominating them for the prestigious 2016 Howard Pyle Award.
The Governor Howard Pyle Award will be presented at the Customer Appreciation Luncheon event of the Southwest Safety Congresssition on March 15, 2016, at 11:00 a.m., Mesa Community and Conference Center, Mesa, AZ.
Please submit a one-page summary of the reasons you feel your nominee should win the Award. Attach any supportive information. Applications must be received by March 1, 2016. Please send to: