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Safety Award to William Boardman, left, by CEO of the Safety Council Reynold Hert. - Submitted
Safety Award to William Boardman, left, by CEO of the Safety Council Reynold Hert.
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A resident of Sooke has received an award from the BC Forest Safety Council, in recognition of a long career in the forest industry that has demonstrated an unwavering commitment to improving safety awareness, expanding safety knowledge, developing safety skills at ground level and building a lasting culture of safety among BC’s forest workers.

William (Bill) Boardman, left, was acknowledged with the Cary White Memorial Award for Lifetime Achievement at the Vancouver Island Safety Conference, Oct. 20 in Nanaimo. The award was co-presented by David Anderson, President and CEO of WorkSafeBC and Reynold Hert, right, CEO of the Safety Council.

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