Mersen Canada Toronto Celebrates 3000 Days Without a Lost Time Accident

EIN 22 CS Mersen Safety 400

May 30, 2019

Mersen Canada Toronto Inc. is proud to announce it has reached a remarkable milestone achievement of 3000 days without a lost time accident as of May 7, 2019 at its Canadian based engineering, manufacturing and distribution facility located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.

“Safety is our most coveted core competency, but it requires continuous training and focus to internalize our aligned goals and obtain these key results” commented Mr. Tolga Postaci, Site Management Representative, MERSEN Canada Toronto Inc.

“Mersen’s commitment to workplace safety is not just about avoiding hazards, It’s also about adjusting our behavior at work on a daily basis to continually evaluate safety procedures and plan for potential improvement. We have an incredible group of dedicated employees who believe that zero injuries are possible at work place. Continuous safety risk assessment, safety visits and job hazard analysis are just some of the essential elements to ensure that everyone has a clear understanding of the potential hazards that accompany their jobs and how to resolve such hazards. We pay attention to little details and look out for each other’s safety with genuine concern day in and day out.”

The company located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada serves as the Canadian distribution hub for Mersen’s Electrical Power division as well as the North American design center for various engineered electrical products and solutions such as High Power Switches and Fuse Coordination Panels.

“Safety is and will always be the top priority at Mersen Canada Toronto Inc.,” stated Mr. Postaci. “3,000 days without a lost time accident is a landmark milestone we all can be proud of, and we look forward to continuing our commitment to safety excellence.”

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