Resolute's Thunder Bay Mill Donates $10,000 to Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation
From left to right: Glenn Craig – President & CEO, Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation; John Nelson – Production Manager, Newsmill at Resolute; Kevin Moriarty – Labour Co-Chair of Joint Health & Safety Committee (JHSC) at Resolute; Tony Ruberto – Management Co-Chair of JHSC at Resolute; Sarah Hakala – Labour Member of JHSC at Resolute; Terri Gurney – Manager, Cardiac Cath Lab, Visiting Clinics and Pacemaker Clinic at the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre
Published June 6, 2018
On May 16, 2018, members of Resolute Forest Products’ Thunder Bay management team and joint health and safety committee proudly presented a $10,000 cheque to the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation.
The Thunder Bay pulp and paper mill recently achieved a significant workplace safety milestone: 750,000 consecutive hours without a recordable injury. In recognition of this milestone, the mill was awarded $10,000 from Resolute’s Board of Directors Safety Award program to donate to a local organization chosen by its employees, through the joint health and safety committee, which represents both workers and management. The mill employees chose to support the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Foundation and its Cardiovascular Surgery Program, which is bringing life-saving vascular and cardiac surgery to Northwestern Ontario.