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SCSA recognizes Saskatchewan’s construction safety leaders

DCN-JOC News Services
SCSA recognizes Saskatchewan’s construction safety leaders

SASKATOON, SASK. – The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) has announced the winner of its 2022 Construction Safety Leadership Awards.

The three winners are Ledcor Construction Ltd. in the Corporate Leadership in Safety category, Katherine Leslie of miEnergy in Saskatoon and Amy Welder of Century West Renovations & Restorations in Regina in the Safety Practitioner category.

The annual awards “recognize and celebrate companies and individuals in Saskatchewan’s building construction industry for their commitment to safety excellence,” an SCSA release stated.

Winners are evaluated on safety practices, achievements in safety leadership, contributions to positive safety culture and their efforts towards the SCSA’s vision of creating the safest construction environment in Canada, the release added.

“At the SCSA, we know that business owners have a lot on their plates, which is why we work to provide great tools and supports to assist companies in preventing injuries and saving costs,” SCSA president Collin Pullar said in a statement.

“We appreciate the work done by our members to ensure a healthy workforce and show that safety contributes to a strong and profitable industry. We celebrate the winners’ impressive achievements with these awards.”

The SCSA is a non-profit funded by the province’s construction industry and serves 14,000 companies employing workers in building construction who are registered with the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board for residential, commercial and industrial construction or construction trades, the release stated.

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