Canadian Agricultural Safety Association Reveals New Branding and Welcomes New Board Members during Annual General Meeting
Winnipeg, November 2, 2023: The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) has unveiled a fresh new look and announced the results of its board elections during its recent Annual General Meeting. CASA, a national, not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting safety and well-being in the agricultural sector, is excited to introduce its new brand identity and extend a warm welcome to new members to its board of directors.
During the AGM, CASA introduced two newly elected board members who will play crucial roles in advancing the organization’s mission. CASA is pleased to welcome Shelley Kirychuk (Canadian Centre for Rural and Agricultural Health) and Trevor Whalley (AgSafe BC) to its Board of Directors.
CASA is also pleased to announce its new executive team. Peter Sykanda (Ontario Federation of Agriculture), is the newly appointed Chair. Jonathan Giret (Elite Agri Solutions Inc.) has taken on the role of Vice-Chair, Shelley Kirychuk takes on the role of Secretary, and Bruce James (AGI) assumes the responsibilities of Treasurer.
Dean Anderson and Wendy Bennett (AgSafe BC) will continue their roles as dedicated board members, contributing their expertise and experience to CASA’s Board of Directors.
As CASA welcomes new faces, the organization also wishes to extend its gratitude to departing board members, Dan Trottier and Carolyn Van Den Heuvel, for their dedication and significant contributions during their tenure.
One of the highlights of the AGM was the official reveal of CASA’s new brand identity, including a new tagline: “Sharing Knowledge. Protecting People.” This fresh branding represents CASA’s commitment to its vision of fostering safe and sustainable agriculture where healthy Canadian farm communities thrive.
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The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association is a national, non-profit organization dedicated to improving the health and safety of farmers, their families and agricultural workers. CASA receives support from the agricultural and corporate sectors. For more information, visit www.casa-acsa.ca, find us on Facebook or LinkedIn or follow us on X @planfarmsafety.