SCSA recognizes Flyer Electric employee Corey Johnson with Safety Award
Each year the Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association (SCSA) acknowledges individuals, companies, and committees throughout the province of Saskatchewan for their efforts towards SCSA’s vision to
create the safest construction environment in Canada.
In November, the SCSA presented Corey Johnson, Health and Safety Manager/NCSO at Flyer Electric, with the Safety Practitioner Award.
“I am so proud of Corey for receiving this award,” says Terry Tessier, CEO of Flyer Electric. “In our company, safety is part of everything we do, and we strive always for excellence and continual improvement. This culture of safety and our strong safety track record are largely achieved through Corey’s work in this area. I think this award really acknowledges that Corey is a true leader in the safety industry in Saskatchewan.”
The Safety Practitioner Award is presented to individuals in recognition of their dedication, outstanding contribution, and commitment to safety as well as well as their embodiment of the SCSA’s mission and vision to create a healthy and safe workplace.
“I am honoured to receive this award,” says Johnson. “Safety is everyone’s responsibility, and in our company, our core safety culture is demonstrated through coaching and leadership. My motivation each day is simple: I genuinely care for the well-being of the staff. To champion safety in the workplace is my career, but to have my fellow coworkers return to their loved ones is my passion. It is better to prepare and prevent than
it is to repair and repent.”