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2014 Annual General Meeting
March 25, 2014
It has been recognized in other industries that
working collectively on issues related to safety has assisted in the
building of a safety culture among employees and employers. The end result
has been fewer accidents/injuries and a reduction in workers’ compensation
The mandate of the safety association is to enhance safety, and to make
the industry more attractive for new employees and to keep existing
employees safe and healthy. The association’s work will help to prevent
accidents and injuries, along with a reduction in workers’ compensation
rates for the Nova Scotia fishing industry.
University Department of Oceanography is asking for your help
Below is a link
to an online survey for the NS Ocean Literacy Project, the results
of which will be important for oceans management, local communities,
and improving ocean education efforts in NS. The survey may be found
We are sure the
researchers will value your participation and input. For additional
information, see the Project Information Sheet above; or you may
contact Haley Guest, Research Assistant,
firstname.lastname@example.org, (902) 494-4375.
Project Information Sheet
FSANS discusses PFDs with Cape Breton fishermen.
Where there is a risk
PFDs must be worn…it’s the Law!