Canadian Occupational Safety
is pleased to announce the winners of the fourth annual awards for health and safety excellence.
Launched in 2011, Canada's Safest Employers Awards recognize companies from all across Canada with outstanding accomplishments in promoting the health and safety of their workers.
The award boasts 10 industry-specific categories, ranging from hospitality to mining and natural resources. Companies are judged on a wide range of occupational health and safety elements including employee training, OHS management systems, incident investigation, emergency preparedness and innovative health and safety initiatives.
A special Wellness Award is also handed out to companies who have excellent programs in place to support an employee’s overall well-being.
A new Psychological Safety Award was introduced for 2014 to recognize companies that are committed to employee mental health and are working towards implementing the National Standard for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace.
Twenty-seven winners were recognized at a gala event in Toronto on Oct. 28.
Congratulations to the 2014 winners! Click on the gold winners to read about what makes them award-winning. Watch for the November 2014 issue for profiles of the winners.
2014 Canada’s Safest Employers Award winners:
Nestlé Waters Canada
Silver: Tarkett-Johnsonite Canada Inc.
PUBLIC SECTOR / NON-PROFIT
County of Wellington
Silver: Edmonton Police Service
MINING AND NATURAL RESOURCES
Cementation Canada Inc.
Silver: Dufferin Aggregates
OIL AND GAS
Techmation Electric & Controls Ltd.
Silver: •Tarpon Energy Services
•Weatherford Canada Partnership
Silver: AFD Petroleum
UTILITIES AND ELECTRICAL
Silver: •Peterborough Utilities Group
BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION
Borger Group of Companies
Silver: •Carillion Canada Inc.
•Hatch Mott MacDonald
Shepherd’s Care Foundation
Silver: •Sault Area Hospital
•Calgary Laboratory Services
RETAIL AND SERVICES
Silver: Tridon Communications
Residence Inn by Marriott Downtown London
•The Fairmont Royal York
County of Wellington
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