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Community Involvement

STEPS FOR LIFE 2015 - $982.50 RAISED!

Industrial Safety Trainers is proud to have taken part in the Steps for Life Walk once again on May 2, 2015! With $982.50 raised and 15 IST participants, we are proud to announce that another year has been a success! The Steps for Life Walk is an annual fundraising event organized by Threads of Life to raise awareness and support for families affected by workplace tragedies.

Steps for Life 2015

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STEPS FOR LIFE 2012

On Saturday May 5th, the team at Industrial Safety Trainers Inc. 'The Bus Patrol' raised over $600.00 by taking part in a 5km walk along the lake at Centennial Park in Barrie.  

 Organized by Threads of Life, a national registered charity dedicated to supporting families of workplace tragedy, the purpose of the event is to help families who have been impacted by a workplace fatality, a severe injury, or occupational disease.  The walk helps raise awareness about the importance of Health and Safety in the workplace.

 

 Steps for Life Walk

 

 

Click here for more information. 


Or visit, www.threadsoflife.ca

 

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Mayor's Employer of the Year!

At the 9th Annual Business Awards Gala on November 30th, the Barrie Chamber of Commerce presented Industrial Safety Trainers Inc. with the Mayor's Employer of the Year award!


Congratulations to our entire team!

 

Barrie Chamber of Commerce Awards

*picture courtesy of simcoe.com

 

 

Pictured below from left to right:

Lesley Harris - Consultant and Trainer at Industrial Safety Trainers Inc., Barrie Mayor Jeff Lehman, Randy and Cathy Dignard - President and Vice President at Industrial Safety Trainers Inc.

 

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In our efforts to give back to the communities that support our team and families, we actively support the Season’s Centre for Grieving Children.

 

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IST HELPS LOCAL HIGH SCHOOLS BUILD A FUTURE

Industrial Safety Trainers Inc. and our friends at Northern Safety in Barrie were able to provide Mark Gelinas from Eastview Secondary School with the necessary tools to allow the students to safely work on various construction projects as part of their volunteer community hours commitment. 

Students will be working on projects with Habitat for Humanity, park clean up and maintenance, and assisting with various construction projects within the community. 

All of us at IST are committed to the education of our youth and as training providers for the WSIB's Young Worker
Awareness Program, we are excited to be able to help these
students. 

If anyone is looking for some help on small construction projects, you can contact Marc Gelinas at 705-828-0369 or mgelinas@mail.scdsb.on.ca  

 Marc Gelinas