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Tennier appointed to second term at CCOHS

Tennier appointed to second term at CCOHS

OTTAWA — The federal government has announced the reappointment of Anne Tennier as president and CEO of the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) for another five-year term.

Tennier has held the job since April 2018. She is a registered professional engineer in Ontario and Alberta with 35 years’ experience in managing environmental issues in industry, with tenures at McCain Foods, Boise Cascade Pulp and Paper and Canadian Pacific Railway.

Tennier has been active in her community with such organizations as the Centre Francophone Hamilton, United Way of Halton and Hamilton, the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra and the Hamilton Conservation Foundation.

“Anne Tennier led the CCOHS through the toughest days of the pandemic. Her expertise and leadership will help keep workers safe and healthy for years to come,” stated Minister of Labour Seamus O’Regan in a release.

The CCOHS was established in 1978 to promote training, education and management systems in the occupational health sector.

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