A Proud Safety Champion for Young Workers

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On Wednesday April 23rd, 2014 Dave Hannon and Vanessa Dash from K-Line’s Health & Safety Division joined Rob Ellis for a MySafeWork presentation at Sandalwood Heights Secondary School in Brampton, Ontario. In 1999, Rob’s 18 year old son was tragically killed as a result of a workplace accident and Rob has since dedicated his life to keeping young and vulnerable … Read More

A New Partnership

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At the beginning of 2013, K-Line was awarded a Service Agreement with Enmax Corporation for Distribution and Transmission. Early this year, K-Line was awarded a Transmission Project in the heart of Calgary, Alberta. The scope of this project is extremely complex and consists of several components, including building a 3km 138kV line parallel to an existing line, building a green … Read More

An Adventure Soon Awaits- The 2014 AGMs

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Do you enjoy looking for new opportunities, getting outside of your comfort zone, and exploring unchartered territories? Well, if you are adventuresome this year’s AGM promises to be a wild one! The previous year’s AGMs have continued a steady climb to being terrific events-highlighted by keynote presentations from celebrities including: Michael “Pinball” Clemons, Adam Kreek, Mike Mandel and Scott Kress. … Read More

K-Line Featured in Industry Safety Seminar

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From February 3rd to 5th, 2014, the Saskatchewan Safety Council hosted its 41st Annual Industrial Safety Seminar in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. K-Line is proud to have been a Silver Sponsor of the event, and featured as a case study highlighting safety and company engagement best practices.

Ice Storm Heroes

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Starting in the evening of December 20th, 2013 a storm brought freezing rain overnight, coating trees with ice and bringing down a devastating number of powerlines. Leaving half a million Ontario electricity customers without power, K-Line was quick to assist in the restoration efforts. With K-Line crews supporting Milton Hydro, Horizon Utilities Corporation, Oakville Hydro, Burlington Hydro, Powerstream, Veridian Connections … Read More

K-Line Featured in Business & Industry South Sask. Magazine

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In a recent Workplace Safety Edition of the Business & Industry South Saskatchewan Magazine, K-Line was featured as a key component in the Mission: Zero Campaign. This campaign is aimed at creating an injury free Saskatchewan- at work, at home, at play, on its farms, ranches and on its road system- in which the only acceptable number of injuries is … Read More

K-Line Secures Oakville for 5 More Years

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Oakville Hydro, the Local Distribution Company (LDC) in the town of Oakville, has re-signed a five year contract with K-Line beginning January 1st, 2014. In the final months of this calendar year the Sales team was monitoring the Oakville contract as it had a set expiry date for the end of this calendar year. K-Line assumed the current contract after … Read More

K-Line Attends First Nations Job Fair

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K-Line at the job fair

On Wednesday November 13, 2013 K-Line’s Projects Division and Human Resources Division partnered to attend a Job Fair held in the Community Hall on the Six Nations Reserve in Ohsweken, Ontario. First nation reserves are the fastest growing segment in the Canadian population and can have resources available to work in the trades and on electricity and renewable energy projects. … Read More

K-Line Score Certification Hat-Trick

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It is an age-old tradition in the National Hockey League (NHL) for fans to toss their baseball hats on the ice when a player scores three goals in one game- passionately known as a “hat-trick”. With the recent Certification Audits, K-Line has scored a “hat-trick” of its own: three audits- three successful outcomes. The development and implementation of the Integrated … Read More

Saskatchewan Just Got Safer

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On June 13th, 2013, the leaders of 32 Saskatchewan organizations declared their commitment to the health and safety of their employees and communities by adding their names to the group of 309 business, government, union and community leaders who signed the Saskatchewan Health & Safety Leadership Charter in 2010, 2011, and 2012. Given the importance of this event, a full … Read More