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Lindy and MJ are passionate about collaborating with employers, workers, associations, government agencies and the like. We hope you enjoy our professional, honest and confident vibe.
We look forward to building on the positive with you.
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Meet MJ Salmon
Mary-Jaye (MJ) Salmon began her Carpentry apprenticeship in the heavy construction industry after graduating from high school. At that time, she became one of only a handful of women in British Columbia, to complete her apprenticeship. Working in this environment presented many challenges, not only because she was typically the only female on site, but because health and safety was for the most part, in it’s infancy. It was during this time that MJ was first presented with the opportunity to become involved with health and safety.
MJ has explored a number of different occupations, such as being a First Aid Attendant, Shop Attendant and Instructor in a Post-Secondary Institution, a Traffic Control Person, a sawmill worker, a construction Site Supervisor, a Conductor for CP Rail and a Senior Health and Safety Advisor. She became a Prevention Officer for WorkSafeBC in 2007. She worked in that position for 11 years and was exposed to a variety of industries and sectors. The last 4.5 years at WorkSafeBC, was spent on the provincial Bullying and Harassment Team, where mental health and psychologically safe workplaces were at the forefront.
Meet Lindy Monahan
Lindy Monahan capped off her 30-year career in Health and Safety by graduating from an Occupational Health and Safety Certificate Program and achieving her CRST designation in 2021. Lindy started in Health and Safety as a Safety Officer in the Fire Service in 1992. She worked for ten years in heavy industry, performing the duties of a worker representative, safety lead and First Aid Attendant. Lindy continued working in this field, becoming a respected and highly sought after regulator in her role as a WorkSafeBC Prevention Officer. The past three years as OHS Manager at a large employer, has been a proving ground for her as a health and safety practitioner. During her tenure in this position, the employer achieved its lowest experience rating and lowest injury rates to date, bringing the safety culture to a new plateau.
Lindy was presented with a Life Time Achievement Award by the Ministry of Education for her role as a Mentor in the Okanagan College Women in Trades Program.