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Garza County receives Safety Achievement Award from TAC RMP

The Post Dispatch/Julia Childs Garza County was presented with a TAC Safety Achievement Award during the April 26 Commissioners’ Court meeting. Accepting the award, from left, Lee Norman, County Judge; Michael Isbell, Emergency Management Coordinator and Carol Williams, Administrative Assistant.

The Post Dispatch/Julia Childs
Garza County was presented with a TAC Safety Achievement Award during the April 26 Commissioners’ Court meeting. Accepting the award, from left, Lee Norman, County Judge; Michael Isbell, Emergency Management Coordinator and Carol Williams, Administrative Assistant.

Garza County was awarded a 2020 Safety Achievement Award from the Texas Association of Counties Risk Management Pool (TAC RMP) for its record of commitment to safety in the workplace, as well as for controlling the county’s workers’ compensation claims at the recent April 26 Commissioners’ Court meeting.

To qualify for the award, the county participated in the TAC RMP’s Workers’ Compensation Program, possessed a safety program or accident prevention plan and met additional criteria.

Through its commitment to safe practices among county employees, Garza County works to reduce employee injuries and obtain substantial savings for taxpayers by minimizing workers’ compensation costs.

Garza County is one of 12 TAC RMP members statewide who have earned this award.

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