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 42 of 47 43 Ausenco Engineering Canada BASF Canada Birchcliff Energy Ltd. Delnor Construction Ltd. Innovative Automation Inc. Michels Canada Modern Niagara Group Inc. Pronghorn Controls Ltd. BIRCHCLIFF ENERGY LTD. is a Calgary, Alberta- based intermediate oil and gas company that explores for, develops and produces natural gas, light oil and NGLs. Birchcliff's operations are concentrated in the Peace River Arch area of Alberta, which is considered by management to be one of the most desirable natural gas, light oil, and NGLs drilling areas in North America. Within the Peace River Arch, Birchcliff's operations are primarily concentrated in the Pouce Coupe and Gordondale areas of Alberta where we operate the vast majority of our production, own large contiguous blocks of high working interest land and own/control our infrastructure. Birchcliff is committed to constantly evolving and improving our HSE programs and conducting our activities in a manner that safeguards our employees, contractors, representatives, the environment and the public at large. As part of our fundamental values, we recognize the importance of our responsibility for environmental stewardship. We endeavor to maintain excellence in environmental reporting and response, and to take proactive steps to eliminate or reduce our environmental impact. As an organization which strives for continuous improvement, we continue to look for and develop new technology, systems and processes that will help improve efficiency, reduce our environmental footprint and create a safer work environment. Group of Companies WITH A COMMITMENT to making Ontario the safest and healthiest place to work, Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) administers compensation and no-fault insurance for Ontario workplaces, as well as provides access to industry-specific health and safety information. Established in 1914 as an independent trust agency, WSIB is now one of the largest insurance organizations in North America covering five million-plus people in more than 300,000 workplaces across Ontario. As award sponsor, WSIB believes it's relevant that it participates in the CSEA to help foster a health and safety culture not just in Ontario, but in the country. "It's really important that employees are able to feel safe going to work and everyone should come home, you know, the same or better than they went to work," says WSIB's Rod Cook. "And we've got a real focus at the WSIB of creating a health and safety culture in an organization, because we know that that is one of the critical aspects for organizational success, but also to have a safer province, a safer country." For more information visit: AWARD SPONSOR BIRCHCLIFF ENERGY LTD This award will go to the organization in any industry with the strongest health and safety culture in the country — a culture that not only permeates the workplace but extends into the employer's community, networks and areas of influence to make health and safety a priority for all. BORGER GROUP OF COMPANIES THE WSIB AWARD FOR CANADA'S BEST HEALTH & SAFETY CULTURE GOLD WINNER EXCELLENCE AWARDS EXCELLENCE AWARD "It's really important that employees are able to feel safe going to work and everyone should come home… the same or better than they went to work." Rod Cook WSIB EXC ELLE N C E A W ARD CANADA'S SAFEST EMPLOYERS AWARDS 2020

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