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NSTSA holds first-ever safety awards

KENTVILLE, N. S. - The Nova Scotia Trucking Safety Association recently held its first Safety Excellence Awards, honouring some of the safest carriers and industry leaders in the province.


A GOOD CAUSE: Bradley Crowe (left), son of Craig Crowe Trucking owner Craig Crowe, accepts the Small Business Safety Excellence Award on behalf of his father during the recent awards ceremony.
A GOOD CAUSE: Bradley Crowe (left), son of Craig Crowe Trucking owner Craig Crowe, accepts the Small Business Safety Excellence Award on behalf of his father during the recent awards ceremony.

KENTVILLE, N. S. – The Nova Scotia Trucking Safety Association recently held its first Safety Excellence Awards, honouring some of the safest carriers and industry leaders in the province.

The awards were held during NSTSA’s 2007 annual general meeting in Halifax on Feb.

27. Attending as guest speakers at the event were Murray Scott, Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal, and Nancy MacCready-Williams, CEO of the Workers’ Compensation Board of Nova Scotia, who also doled out the Safety Excellence Awards to the following recipients:

Small Business Safety Excellence Award: Craig Crowe Trucking of Truro, N. S.

Large Business Safety Excellence Award: Holland’s Carriers Ltd. of New Germany, N. S.

Occupational Health & Safety Committee Safety Excellence Award: Midland Transport, Sydney Terminal.

Progress Achievement Award:Day &Ross, Dartmouth Terminal.

Partner Recognition Award: Paul Cormier, Nova Scotia Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal.


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