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2018 BC Care Providers Association Conference Prize Winner

Congratulations to Heather Martin on winning a vehicle safety kit with one year of road side assistance! Heather works for Comfort Keepers and was one of 500 delegates at the BC Care Providers 41st Annual Conference in May. The conference … Continue reading

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2018 NAOSH Week Safety Kit Prize Winner

Karin Romilly, Field Operations Assistant at FortisBC has won a vehicle safety kit with a year of roadside assistance! Karin entered a draw when she stopped by our booth to chat about road safety at a NAOSH week event hosted … Continue reading

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2018 Cloverdale Rodeo Go Kart Experience Prize Winner

Congratulations to Jeff Yuzwa of Langley, on being the lucky winner of our portable compressor draw at the Go Kart Experience at the Cloverdale Rodeo this May long weekend. Jeff Yuzwa, his wife, son and his friend visited the Go … Continue reading

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Cone Zone season has arrived. Slow down and respect roadside workers.

Cone Zone season is upon us. Hundreds of roadside work zones will be set up across the province this summer. Thousands of drivers will travel through these “Cone Zones” placing roadside workers at greater risk of being injured or killed … Continue reading

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News Release: VPD steps up enforcement in support of roadside-worker safety

Richmond, B.C. (May 14, 2018) — Today, the Vancouver Police Department is partnering with the Work Zone Safety Alliance and WorkSafeBC to kick off the eighth annual B.C. Cone Zone Campaign, with an enforcement blitz at a roadside worksite between … Continue reading

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