For the third year in a row, the Rhode Island Department of Health recognized the PawSox with the Rhode Island Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) program’s “Safe Place for Teens to Work” certification. The PawSox were honored for their “outstanding workplace health and safety management that address the unique issues of young workers”.
PawSox VP of Staduim Operations Mick Tedesco (left) received the OSHA plaque from Tony Cabral, the Senior Industrial Hygenist for the OSHA Consultation Program and the RI Dept. of Health, in a ceremony prior to the PawSox game on April 25 at McCoy.
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