HyLife Makes History With SAFE Work Certification

April 21, 2022
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HyLife has become the biggest company by total operations in Manitoba, within the manufacturing and food industry sectors, to achieve SAFE Work Certified by Made Safe status.

“We are truly honoured to receive this historic certification. At HyLife, we have always been committed to safety and protecting our employees. From our feed mills to our barns and plants, we are driven to ensure all working environments live up to the highest standards. Becoming Manitoba’s largest manufacturing and food industry company to reach the Made Safe status is an accomplishment made possible thanks to collective efforts across our entire company.”
– Grant Lazaruk, HyLife’s President and CEO

HyLife proudly employs more than 4,500 people, 2,500 working in Manitoba. With roughly 160 sites, our operations are among the largest Manitoba companies in the manufacturing and food industry sectors.

Neal Curry, Executive Director of Made Safe, presented Grant Lazaruk, HyLife’s President and CEO, with a plaque commemorating their certification at a ceremony in La Broquerie. The event was attended by manufacturing leaders, safety professionals and HyLife employees.

“This is a very exciting day, both for Made Safe and HyLife. Safety certification at this level really is a tremendous feat and it takes a lot of work and commitment to get everyone at all levels on board. HyLife should feel proud of this accomplishment – by committing to safety they are acting as a role model and demonstrating what a true commitment to safety looks like.”
– Neal Curry, Made Safe Executive Director

SAFE Work Manitoba partners with industry-based safety associations, like Made Safe, in Manitoba’s largest sectors to support certification programs; delivered by and for industry.

“Congratulations to HyLife on this important achievement in safety leadership,” said Jamie Hall, Chief Operating Officer of SAFE Work Manitoba. “By becoming SAFE Work Certified, you demonstrate that safety and health is a critical component of a successful business.”

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