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National Semiconductor’s Greenock, Scotland Facility Wins British Safety Council Award

National Presented with Twelfth International Safety Award

Jul 27, 2010

July 27, 2010 - For the twelfth year in a row, National Semiconductor (U.K.) Ltd in Greenock, Scotland has been awarded The International Safety Award by the British Safety Council. The award recognizes and rewards organizations that show a real commitment to improving corporate health and safety.

To be considered, the company had to demonstrate its continued commitment to health and safety throughout the organization. Winners must have robust safety policies, plans and commitment to health and safety at the highest level and always look to improve the safety culture within their organisations. They must also detail their health and safety advisors’ qualifications and provide information about significant advances they have made in health and safety for the year. More than 600 companies throughout the world apply for the award each year.

Dougie Blackwood, Health and Safety Advisor at National Semiconductor said, “We are delighted to receive the International Safety Award from the British Safety Council for the twelfth year in a row, recognizing the efforts of all our employees. Health and safety has, and always will be, our top priority.”

National currently employs 440 people at its manufacturing facility in Greenock.

About National Semiconductor
National Semiconductor is a leader in power management technology. Known for its easy-to-use analog integrated circuits and world-class supply chain, National’s high-performance analog products enable its customers’ systems to be more energy efficient. Headquartered in Santa Clara, Calif., National reported sales of $1.42 billion for fiscal 2010. Additional information is available at www.national.com.