Mississauga, ON – June 29, 2020 — The Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP) is pleased to announce the winners of the 2019 BCRSP Recognition Awards, which were given out at today's virtual annual general meeting.
The purpose of the awards program is to recognize one individual and one organization/employer who are Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP)® or Canadian Registered Safety Technician (CRST) brand advocates.
The awards established are:
Individual certificant category: recognizes a BCRSP certificant who has demonstrated exceptional support and promotion of the CRSP® or CRST certification.
Organization/Employer category: recognizes an organization/employer who has demonstrated exceptional support for their CRSP® and/or CRST certified employees, and promotion of the CRSP® and/or CRST certification to their employees.
This year’s award winner in the Individual Category is Erin Oliver, BSc; RKin; CRSP from Modern Niagara Group Inc.
Erin has demonstrated exceptional support and promotion of the BCRSP certifications through her dedication to nurturing and mentoring OHS practitioners in Ontario. She is also a professor at the University of Toronto and discusses professionalism and credential leadership in her course. Lastly, Erin works on many industry committees and boards to promote what Professional safety looks like.
Congratulations to Erin for her outstanding contributions to promoting and supporting the value of certification.
Unfortunately, no submissions were received for the Organization/Employer category, so that award was not given out.
About the BCRSP
The Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals is a public interest, not-for-profit, federally incorporated self-regulating organization which sets the certification standards for the OHS profession. BCRSP strives to advance the body of knowledge, the competency of the profession, and the value our certificants bring to society. The BCRSP grants the CRSP® and CRST certifications to individuals who successfully complete the certification process through application assessment, interview, and examination. The Board governs its certificants in order that the public interest may be served and protected.