MINNESOTA SAFETY COUNCIL AND MRA–THE MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP
Collaboration provides enhanced safety and human resources support

MINNEAPOLIS (February 2, 2016) – MRA–The Management Association and the Minnesota Safety Council have entered into a new partnership that provides easier access to workplace safety and human resources support for members of both organizations. The partnership includes enhanced training options, expanded resources, and member discounts for selected MRA and Minnesota Safety Council events.

"In many organizations, human resources and occupational safety are shared responsibilities," said Minnesota Safety Council President Paul Aasen, "and in any organization, collaboration between those functions is essential for a strong safety culture. Our goal is to make it easier for members to get the support they need in both of these critical areas."

"This partnership furthers a shared goal of helping member companies protect their employees and remain compliant with federal regulations while becoming more profitable and productive," said MRA President and CEO Susan Fronk.

To schedule a group interview to learn more about the partnership and benefits available to both MRA and Minnesota Safety Council members, contact Ann Kline, MRA Marketing Manager, or Ann Kulenkamp, Director of Communications, Minnesota Safety Council.

About MRA-The Management Association
MRA is a not-for-profit employer association that serves more than 4,000 employers throughout the Midwest, covering more than 800,000 employees. As one of the largest associations for employers in the nation, MRA helps its member organizations thrive by creating powerful teams and successful workplaces. Members of MRA receive access to expert guidance, best practices, professionally facilitated roundtables, essential tools, and dozens of business services in the areas of human resources and training. MRA is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wis., and has regional offices in Palatine, Ill.; Moline, Ill.; and Minneapolis, Minn. For more information about MRA, see http://www.mranet.org/.

About the Minnesota Safety Council
The Minnesota Safety Council is a member-based not-for-profit organization dedicated to preventing injuries at work, on the road, at home, and in the community. The safety council's workplace safety and health classes, seminars, and consultation assist employers in developing safety programs, complying with regulations and keeping their workers safe. For more information about the Minnesota Safety Council, see www.minnesotasafetycouncil.org.

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