Ontario’s safety associations merge

Co-operative model provides greater resources to more employers

Together we’re better.” That’s the sentiment behind Ontario’s 12 health and safety associations coming together to form four new associations, said Candys Ballanger-Michaud, president and CEO of one of the new associations, Workplace Safety North.

Workplace Safety North, which serves businesses and industry in northern Ontario, is made up of Mines and Aggregates Safety and Health Association, Ontario Forestry Safe Workplace Association and Pulp and Paper Health and Safety Association.

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