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Safest Mill in Canada 2019 submissions due Feb. 10


January 30, 2020
By Kristina Urquhart
Kristina Urquhart

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Pictured from left: Bruno Sonier, Woodyard, and Sylvain Bricault, general manager, both of Domtar Windsor mill, which won Pulp & Paper Canada's Safest Mill Category A award in 2018, 2017 and 2016. Photo courtesy DomtarPictured from left: Bruno Sonier, wood yard, and Sylvain Bricault, general manager, both of Domtar's mill in Windsor, Que. Domtar Windsor has won Pulp & Paper Canada's Safest Mill Category A award since 2016. Photo courtesy Domtar

Submissions to our 2019 Safest Mill in Canada contest are due February 10, 2020.

Since 1926, Pulp & Paper Canada has recognized mills that have achieved an outstanding safety record in the annual Safest Mill in Canada ranking.

The mill with the lowest total recordable incident rate (mill frequency) in each category is the winner of that class for the year. In the event of ties, the mills are ranked by the most to least total worker hours.

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The contest is open to pulp and paper mills located in Canada only.

For more information on the contest including official rules and reporting forms, or to submit your 2019 stats, email Kristina Urquhart, Pulp & Paper Canada editor, at kurquhart@annexbusinessmedia.com.