OHS Advisory

By: Fiosa  09-12-2011
Keywords: health and safety, Occupational Health , Occupational Health And Safety

Lorne Gosick. CRSP,

OHS Advisor (Small Business)

Lorne Gosick is the new small employer safety advisor for British Columbia. Gosick brings 24 years of experience from the forestry sector (11 years in harvesting and 13 years in manufacturing) to his new role as safety advisor. He has his OHS certificate and is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP). Lorne recognizes the challenges and hazards of small businesses as well as the sales and service end and would like to see all employers show up for the Small Employer Program Building Courses (SEPB) of which there are several throughout the province this year.


Andrew McKenzie,CRSP

OHS Advisor (Metro Vancouver area)

Andrew McKenzie became part of the team in January of 2011. Andrew has been in occupational health and safety for more than 13 years, working in the Lower Mainland and operations across Canada and the US.He has worked in a variety of different industries including  construction (residential to heavy industrial), facility management safety, claims management, manufacturing, and as a Refit Safety Coordinator for B.C. Ferries.


Terrence Thomas, CRSP

OHS Advisor (Fraser Valley, Okanagan, Kootenays)

Terrence became a part of the team in April 2010.  Terry has been in occupational health and safety for more than 20 years. Terry has worked in a variety of industries from railways, municipal to heavy construction and general industries.

Keywords: health and safety, Occupational Health , Occupational Health And Safety, safety advisor

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