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Congratulations Edward Utko and Paramount Windows and Doors Inc.

There is nothing more rewarding for us at 1Life than to see our clients embrace a healthy safety culture and create happier more successful businesses.  That is why we were so pleased to congratulate Edward Utko, of Paramount Windows and Doors Inc., who was the inaugural recipient of the SAFE Work Manitoba Worker Safety Award. Edward was nominated by Paramount for his commitment to improve the safety culture at Paramount. Not only are we impressed with Edward’s continued dedication to the safety of his colleagues, we are also proud of the initiative that Paramount took when they nominated and recognized Edward for contributing to their safety culture. This speaks volumes about them as an employer and a respectable business. After all, in an environment of keen competition and low profit margins, learning from incidents and implementing policies and corrective action does more than protect your employees, it can contribute more to your profits than your organization’s best salesperson. Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) and the Workers Compensation Board (WCB) developed the SAFE Work Awards program to recognize individuals and groups who demonstrate ongoing commitment to making our workplaces and province safer and healthier. Employees who show Edward’s determination to spot hazards, assess the risk and find a safer way are integral and should be recognized in some way. These motivated employees can serve as a catapult for positive change within an organization and can be motivating to management and workers alike, and will help your team stay motivated so you can sustain a strong safety culture. The SAFE Work Awards were presented during North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) week, when organizations raise awareness of the importance of preventing injuries and illness in the workplace.


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Mike Gordon
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