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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.

Category A

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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.

Category B

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.

Category C

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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