Great pride for EBC this morning at the ACRGTQ Convention!
EBC won the Occupational Health and Safety Prevention Challenge award from the “Association des constructeurs de routes et de grands travaux du Québec” (ACRGTQ)! To convince the jury, the “Jacques-Bizard Bridge” project team and the Health and Safety team presented the Risk Hunt initiative and, above all, the results obtained in the context of the project.
“It’s an honor for us to be nominated for this challenge that encourages excellence in health and safety! Thank you to all those in the industry who have made a difference in preventing workplace accidents. This contribution to the industry symbolizes a strong turning point in a sustainable OHS culture”. Marie-Mychelle Desbiens, Health and Safety Director
“It takes a lot of courage and leadership to maintain our health and safety standards. Our decisions are dictated by our OHS culture, and it’s more than motivating to have our efforts recognized in this way. A big thank you to EBC for allowing us to constantly innovate, and to ACRGTQ for offering us this forum to share our innovations for the benefit of all”. Jonathan Cloutier, Project Manager – Civil and Mining
Congratulations to the teams who have once again demonstrated EBC’s leadership in the construction sector:
- Nicolas Laliberté, Vice-President Health, Safety and Sustainable Development
- Marie-Mychelle Desbiens, Health and Safety Director
Project team :
- Michel Corbeil, Health and Safety coordinator
- Jérémie Blackburn, Superintendent
- Jonathan Cloutier, Project Manager
- Nancy Barras, Project Director
- Jocelyn Bernier, Vice President Operations – Montreal, Civil and Mining
Learn more about the OHS Prevention Challenge
The OHS Prevention Challenge award promotes the prevention of accidents in the workplace, within a framework of healthy competition. The prize is designed to be a simple, flexible exercise that rewards a worksite where there are serious accident hazards, and which demonstrates that OHS stakeholders have implemented safety measures that control or eliminate these hazards at source. It’s a way of highlighting contractors’ efforts to prevent occupational accidents and illnesses on civil engineering and road construction sites.
OHS Prevention Challenge Award – ACRGTQ (french only)