Canada’s Safest Employers 2012 winners announced

Written by  COS staff 05 September 2012
After a rigorous selection process, thirteen Canadian organizations are being recognized for their outstanding achievements in promoting workplace health and safety, at the annual Canada's Safest Employers Award.
Winners from five categories — building and construction; manufacturing; mining and natural resources; services; and, transportation and utilities — have earned the distinction as Canada’s Safest Employers, and will be honoured at a gala event in Toronto on September 6th.

The 2012 Canada’s Safest Employers Award winners are:

BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION
Gold Recipient
Pronghorn Controls

Silver Recipients
Athabaskan Resource Company
Hatch Mott MacDonald

MANUFACTURING
Gold Recipient
Fileco

Silver Recipients
Canadian Fertilizers
Kennametal Ltd.

MINING AND NATURAL RESOURCES
Gold Recipient
Hallmark Tubulars Ltd.

SERVICES
Gold Recipient
Carewest

Silver Recipients
London Drugs
Calgary Catholic School District

TRANSPORTATION AND UTILITIES
Gold Recipient
Peterborough Utilities Group

Silver Recipients
PowerStream Inc.
Vancouver International Airport Authority
Last modified on Friday, 07 September 2012 08:33

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0 #2 anon 2013-06-17 23:06
Why aren't there Silver recipients listed for the Mining and Natural resources?

Well, "thirteen Canadian organizations are being recognized..."

There are thirteen listed above. One can assume that there /are no/ Silver recipients for the Mining and Natural resources.

Anon
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0 #1 Sarah Ferguson 2012-09-06 15:29
Why aren't there Silver recipients listed for the Mining and Natural resources?
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