On March 13, Kelvin Pankiw, CEO of the Prince Albert and District Chamber of Commerce, signed agreements with Gord Moker, Chief Executive Officer of Safe Saskatchewan, that underline the Chamber’s commitment to supporting safe work and play in the province.
In partnership with Misson Zero, the Chamber agrees that changes should be encouraged to culture, thought and behaviour to bring about an injury free Saskatchewan.
“Mission Zero is a great program that the Prince Albert and District Chamber of Commerce is proud to be a part of,” said Mr. Pankiw. Safe Saskatchewan emphasizes that all accidents are preventable and adopting an injury-free lifestyle, whether at work, at home, at play, on the farm or ranch or on the roads is something the Prince Albert and District Chamber of Commerce is proud to support.
The Chamber Chief Executive Officer also signed the Saskatchewan Health and Safety Leadership Charter, which supports continued improvement of healthy and safe workplaces.