SAFETY PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR
Each year, the Ed Amalo Memorial Award is presented jointly by the Saskatchewan Safety Council and the Northern Light and South Saskatchewan Chapters of the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering.
The award is presented to an individual who has made a significant contribution to the field of safety and injury prevention in the province of Saskatchewan.
Nominations are accepted from various groups and individuals for this award.
Deadline for submissions is October 31 of each year.
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