SUDBURY, ONT.—Trina Hayden, director of NORCAT Advisory, has been recognized as one of Canada’s top women in safety.
The second annual Top Women in Safety 2022, awarded by Canadian Occupational Safety magazine, celebrates outstanding female professionals from across the country who are making an impact in the Canadian health and occupational safety industry, indicates a release.
The recognition acknowledges the hard work and personal accomplishments of recipients, as well as the path they have paved for themselves and future women in the industry.
Hayden was recognized for her advocacy for diversity and inclusion and her tremendous contribution to ensuring workers around the world are safe and healthy on the job.
NORCAT is a not-for-profit technology and innovation centre headquartered in Greater Sudbury, Ont.
Hayden began her career at the company in May 2015 as manager of occupational health, safety and environment.
In September 2015, she worked on a large project and was tasked to help build out NORCAT’s consulting department, which led to the creation of NORCAT Advisory. She officially started as director in September 2019.
Over the years Hayden worked in many sectors including mining, forestry, construction, oil and gas and other industries, in a variety of roles, whether it was HR or OHS related.