My Safe Work
Health & Safety advocate visits students at Marshall School of Skilled Trades & Apprenticeship
My Safe Work founder and president Rob Ellis visited Mohawk's Marshall School of Skill Trades & Apprenticeship in Stoney Creek campus on Wednesday, Nov. 21 to speak to students and apprentices about the importance of speaking out about unsafe work conditions. Rob was joined by executives from local businesses and utilities including Horizon Utilities and the Ontario General Contractors Association. Rob's son David was killed in a workplace accident in 1999, since then Rob has become an outspoken advocate for health, safety and wellness in the workplace. Find out more at www.mysafework.com.