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Canada’s safety champions: Profiling Canada's Safest Employers

By Mari-Len De Guzman

After rigorous screening by members of the judging panel, five employers from Canada’s manufacturing industry have earned the title Canada’s Safest Employers.

In its inaugural year, the search for Canada’s Safest Employers focused on the manufacturing industry. Over 100 nominations were received from employers across the country. In addition to the nomination forms, where nominees provided details of their health and safety management system, qualified entrants were also asked to complete a safety perception survey. The survey was administered to their employees and the results were provided to our judges for consideration.

Canadian Occupational Safety is proud to announce the five companies that emerged as the most exemplary in their safety performance and therefore, deserving to be called Canada’s Safest Employers. Get to know Canada's Safest Employers for 2011.

ATOTECH CANADA LTD. - Following the Golden Rule

It’s not the size of the workforce that defines a successful health and safety management system; it’s the commitment that every single individual in the organization makes to achieve the goal of injury prevention.

Atotech's success story...

CCI THERMAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC. - Safety from the top

Earlier this year, CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. celebrated five-and-a-half years of operating without a lost-time injury. And every six months for the past five years, the company observed these safety milestones, marked by a luncheon and a gift for every employee, to whom the company’s safety achievements are attributed.

CCI Thermal's safety culture…

GE AVIATION - Soaring high on safety

Managing the health and safety of close to 700 employees may have its share of challenging moments, but when your efforts are backed by big corporate machinery like General Electric (GE), it’s a constant saving grace.

GE Aviation's empowering philosophy…


To encourage its workers to live a healthy lifestyle, Barrie, Ont.-based Innovative Automation, donates $2 to United Way for every employee who would walk during their break time.

Innovative's long-term approach…


If you’re a plant that manufactures huge aircraft engine parts and employs more than 300 workers, six million hours without a lost-time incident is pretty impressive.

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