The City of Charlottetown’s Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee has recognized one of its long-serving members for his dedication to the committee.
Paul Clow, a Maintenance Person for the Public Works Department, served for 15 years on the committee. As a member, he represented the health and safety interests of CUPE 501 Civic employees of the City of Charlottetown.
As a whole, the committee makes recommendations on health and safety programs for the education and information of employees. It also mediates in the resolution of complaints and participates in, receives and monitors occupational health and safety issues. Committee members conduct workplace health and safety inspections to identify hazards and risks and make recommendations to the City to resolve those concerns.
Clow’s long-time commitment to the committee was recognized at a small ceremony as part of the most recent meeting of the Joint Occupational Health and Safety Committee. He was given a small token of appreciation by Councillor Terry MacLeod, Chair of the City’s Human Resources, Communications and Administration committee and Lenny Murphy, the City’s Occupational Health and Safety Officer.
Photo cutline - From left: Lenny Murphy, the City’s Occupational Health and Safety Officer; Paul Clow, a Maintenance Person for the Public Works Department; and Councillor Terry MacLeod, Chair of the City’s Human Resources, Communications and Administration committee.
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