May was safety month at POS Bio-Sciences, and we’re celebrating 100 days injury-free. Read more to learn how we’re improving safety.
Safety is always a top priority at POS Bio-Sciences, and during the North American Occupational Safety and Health week (May 7-13th) the POS team paid additional attention to safety. Today, we’re proud to announce that on May 11th POS Bio-Sciences celebrated 100 days free of injury.
Plus, Jennifer Onabanjo – safety and environmental specialist for POS Bio-Sciences – attended the Canadian Society of Safety Engineers. At this meeting, Dan Comiskey, two-time Grey Cup champion, stressed the importance of forming good safety habits. To help our team form good safety habits, POS Bio-Sciences is preparing for an audit to obtain a Bronze level certificate of recognition through the Safety Association of Saskatchewan Manufacturers.
POS Bio-Sciences is also excited to announce that we’re sending 6 POS team members to the Mission Zero Charter Signing Event. With Saskatchewan carrying one of the highest records of work-related injuries, this is an important event for companies and employees to attend. POS Bio-Sciences, along with 80 other Saskatchewan companies, is a member of Mission Zero and we’re committed to maintaining our excellent safety record.
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