Collaboration aims to expand reach and spread the word about 2022 Best in Safety report
Canadian Occupational Safety is teaming up with the Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC (MSABC) for its Best in Safety 2022 special report. Through this new partnership, COS aims to expand its reach and insight into the occupational health and safety sector.
“Partners in safer workplaces, the Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC is pleased to support Key Media and Canadian Occupational Safety to spread the word about this important survey and special report to recognize the best in safety across Canada,” says the Alliance.
The Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC is a not-for-profit health and safety association for manufacturers and food processors in British Columbia. The Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC helps companies develop the controls to reduce risk, prevent injury, and keep employees safe and well.
Industry-driven, the Alliance supports more than 3,000 BC manufacturers and food processors with confidential advice, specialized consulting services, and training. The Safety Alliance is also the WorkSafeBC Certifying Partner for the Certificate of Recognition program (COR) and Occupational Safety Standard of Excellence for manufacturing.
Across 50 industries—from machine shops to wineries, trailer manufacturers to meat processing plants—the Alliance’s safety specialists help employers achieve their goals to get compliant, build and strengthen their health and safety programs, or earn certification.
You can learn more about our Best in Safety reports here.
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