The Ontario General Contractors Association (OGCA) in partnership with the Infrastructure Health and Safety Association (IHSA) recently held their 2018 COR Open House & Leadership Conference in Mississauga. In addition to keynote speaker, Dr. Judy Agnew, who spoke about behavior-based safety and safety leadership, the day-long session featured a ceremony welcoming the newest inductees into the League of Champions. Colliers Project Leaders, AGF Rebar, the Ontario Electrical Construction Company Ltd. and our client, the Town of Milton are the newest inductees.
The League of Champions is an initiative that supports safety awareness and excellence. Rob Ellis founded MySafeWork in 1999 when he lost his son to an unfortunate accident in the workplace. Since then, Rob has become a passionate advocate for health, safety and wellness. The League of Champions strongly encourages employees to think differently to increase commitment to safety leadership at all levels of an organization. The Jersey of Courage is awarded to new members and acts as an important symbol of the corporate commitment to safety.
Colliers Project Leaders has made a pledge to clients, vendors and to every individual that health and safety is important, and that it will continue to be a priority for our company. Gary Stanhope, Senior Vice President, and Pedro Martins, Principal, attended the ceremony and took the pledge on behalf of the company.
Colliers Project Leaders is committed to safety and contributing to positive change in the culture of the construction industry when it comes to health, safety and wellness.
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