REGINA — The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) recently announced the winners of the 2023 SCSA Awards, recognizing companies and individuals in Saskatchewan’s building industry for their commitment to safety excellence and dedication to enhancing a positive safety culture in the province.
The winners were as follows: Ram Steel was honoured with the Corporate Leadership in Safety award, Dustin Brears of Credence Construction won the Safety Leader award, and Kevin Lavoie of Supreme Steel took home the Safety Practitioner award.
Winners were evaluated on their safety practices, achievements in leadership and their efforts toward fulfilling the SCSA’s mission of promoting safety within the construction environment.
“Positive recognition is a key aspect of creating safe and healthy workplaces,” said SCSA president Collin Pullar in a statement. “These awards celebrate those who show leadership in their safety efforts, ensuring the well-being of their workforce and acting as an example for others in our industry. We appreciate the work our members do each day to promote safety as essential for business success and congratulate the winners on their achievements.”
The SCSA serves companies that employ workers in building construction and are registered with the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board for residential, commercial and industrial construction or construction trades.