Canadian Occupational Safety

January/February 2021

Canadian Occupational Safety (COS) magazine is the premier workplace health and safety publication in Canada. We cover a wide range of topics ranging from office to heavy industry, and from general safety management to specific workplace hazards.

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Page 38 of 47 39 Angela Keenan, Nova Scotia Health Authority Captain Robert Palmer, Air Canada Hans Loeffelholz, BC Public School Employers' Association Kody Messenger, Ocean Contractors Limited Sean Cammaert, BASF Canada Inc Steve Wrixon, Cementation Canada Inc. Virginie Tremblay, Canada Post AVETTA connects the world's top organizations with qualified suppliers, contractors, and vendors through cloud-based technology and human insight. By building these connections, the Utah, US-headquartered company drives sustainable growth to the businesses and their supply chain. Avetta's scalable and adaptive technology enables the comprehensive collection and analysis of operational data to formulate a forward-looking risk profile for each partner company, simplifying how enterprises assess and mitigate risk. Avetta's SaaS-based technology platform is used by more than 95,000 customers in 100-plus countries worldwide. Avetta's regional manager Nicole Brackett says because "this year has been so strange and so bizarre and stressful and uncertain, it's even more important to celebrate the wins, innovation, and especially 'cross-collaboration' – not just in companies but also between companies and their clients." She adds, "If you want a silver lining of this year, it really is to see how many innately good people there are. I think that Avetta wants to share in this particularly because it's our goal to build safer working environments and recognizing where those safest leaders in Canada come from is really inspiring." Discover more at AWARD SPONSOR ERIN Y. OLIVER Modern Niagara Group Inc Launched in 2006 by Canadian Occupational Safety magazine, the Safety Leader of the Year award recognizes an individual who best exemplifies leadership and vision in the world of OHS in Canada. Eligible nominees must be safety professionals with more than 10 years of experience in the industry. The ultimate winner will be pulled from the list of Top 8 Safety Leaders as featured in the November/December issue of COS. THE AVETTA AWARD FOR SAFETY LEADER OF THE YEAR GOLD WINNER EXCELLENCE AWARDS "It's our goal to build safer working environments and recognizing where those safest leaders in Canada come from is really inspiring." Nicole Brackett Regional Manager, Avetta

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