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Plant Has No Critical Injuries in 5 Years

The Industrial Accident Prevention Association (IAPA) has recognized Denso Manufacturing Canada Inc. of Guelph, Ont., for operating with no lost time injuries since its opening five years ago and achieving the first award in a three-level health a...


November 1, 2004
By MRO Magazine

The Industrial Accident Prevention Association (IAPA) has recognized Denso Manufacturing Canada Inc. of Guelph, Ont., for operating with no lost time injuries since its opening five years ago and achieving the first award in a three-level health and safety awards program.

The automotive component parts manufacturer was singled out for achieving Level I of IAPA’s Achievement Award and for operating without lost time injuries since the establishment of the Canadian operation.

The company is one of 12 in Ontario to receive the award to date.

Ken Nagao, president of Denso Manufacturing Canada, said the company “has always deemed safety as its number one priority and is committed to ensure the health and safety of its employees through creativity and positive thinking.

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“We take measures to ensure that every duty within our operation is done in a safe manner at all times. The company also makes strong efforts to attain our safety goals through daily practices and group activities designed to heighten safety awareness.”