Safest Mill In Canada Contest
March 1, 2009 By Pulp & Paper Canada
For more than 70 years, Pulp & Paper Canada magazine has recognized mills which achieve an outstanding safety record. The presence of repeat winners this year clearly demonstrates that these facil…
For more than 70 years, Pulp & Paper Canada magazine has recognized mills which achieve an outstanding safety record. The presence of repeat winners this year clearly demonstrates that these facilities have succeeded in creating a culture of safety in the workplace. The staff of Pulp & Paper Canada magazine congratulates the category winners and commends them for maintaining high safety standards in the current cost-conscious climate.
Domtar Inc., Windsor, Que.
This is Domtar/Windsor’s second consecutive year in first place. The mill achieved total recordable frequency of 0.99, with 1,411,959 hours worked in 2008. This is a drop from last year’s frequency of 1.53 with 1,439,532 hours worked.
Weyerhaeuser Canada, Grande Prairie, Alta.
The team at Weyerhaeuser’s Grande Prairie mill achieved a perfect score of zero recordable incidents in 2008. This facility placed second in this category last year, with frequency of 0.96.
Sonoco Canada Corporation, Brantford, Ont. This is the fourth year in a row that Sunoco Canada/Brantford tops the Category C list. In 2008, the facility recorded a perfect score of zero recordable incidents. Second place finisher, Catalyst Paper/Paper Recycling of Vancouver also has zero recordable incidents, but had fewer total hours worked.
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