Brad joined Neptune in October as the Vice President of Health & Safety. He hails from Saskatchewan, where he was the Senior Health and Safety Manager for the Mosaic Company, one of the world’s largest producers and marketers of concentrated phosphate and potash crop nutrients.
The entire management team at Neptune is committed to ensuring that safety is a core value of all our employees, as well as contractors and visitors at the terminal. We do this by promoting a culture of safety as our number one priority. It’s our belief that all injuries and incidents are preventable.
Neptune Terminals is considered an industry leader, and has one of the best safety records on the Vancouver waterfront. We achieve this by working closely with our employees to develop best practices, and by following rigorous safety regulations and standards. Our collective goal is to eliminate all injuries, occupational illnesses, unsafe practices and incidents of environmental harm from our activities. No work is ever so urgent or important that we cannot take the time to do it safely.
For nearly 50 years, Neptune has handled commodities like Canadian potash and steelmaking coal that help feed people and build new communities around the world. We are committed to making sure our operations are performed responsibly, and we take pride in our safety culture and performance.