Health and Safety Awards Program
The OSSGA is dedicated to the advancement and improvement of the aggregate industry. Each year OSSGA recognizes those member companies who have made a significant contribution to the overall health and safety of the aggregate industry through two safety awards programs - Individual Safety Awards and Corporate Safety Awards.
NEW OSSGA Safety Innovation Award
New for 2020, OSSGA’s Safety Innovation Award recognizes innovative practices, programs and projects in Ontario’s aggregate industry. The award honours innovations that improve the health and safety of employees, subcontractors and the public in the areas of OHS management systems, health and safety training, wellness programs and culture.
At OSSGA, we’re aware of the innovative practices that companies have implemented at their sites this year during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Therefore, we are expecting a lot of entries! Don’t be left out – showcase the innovation in your organization that is keeping everyone safe and productive.
Health & Safety Award Nominations Now Open!
The OSSGA Health & Safety Committee invites all active OSSGA members to recognize individuals and operations within their organizations that have excelled at making safety a part of their daily responsibilities.
The nomination forms are available online ONLY.
The Deadline for submissions is Friday, December 11th. The awards and certificates will be presented at the 2021 Operations, Health & Safety Seminar on January 20 & 21st.
The Individual Safety Awards program recognizes outstanding safety abilities and/or activities pursued by a particular individual or individuals within the Association's various member companies.
The Corporate Safety Awards Program recognizes zero lost time injuries for individual operations of OSSGA member companies i.e., 12 months of work in pits or quarries without any lost time injuries.
Nominations will be open in the fall with the deadline for submissions in December. The awards and certificates are presented at the annual Operations, Health & Safety Seminar in January. For additional information about the Health and Safety Awards Program, contact Ashlee Zelek.