SPI Health and Safety expands its service offering in Ontario.
SPI Health and Safety is proud to announce the acquisition of Industrial Solutions Management Inc (ISM). This acquisition strengthens our specialized solutions and services offering in Ontario while presenting an opportunity to start exploring the American market.
Located in Azilda in Ontario and Port Edwards in Wisconsin, ISM is dedicated to providing its customers with superior quality health and safety services in areas such as fall protection, confined space, rescue and mobile equipment. ISM implements solutions to improve risk management and reduce costs for any industry, but mainly for the railway industry, construction, mining and manufacturing sector. The company is providing turnkey solutions to increase productivity and profitability in a diligent and professional manner.
“Our company is a consortium of qualified and experienced personnel. It includes administrators, former plant managers, production superintendents, health and safety directors and qualified trainers. Furthermore, ISM is accredited by the Ontario Ministry of Labour for delivering working at heights training,” indicates Dave Duval, president of Industrial Solutions Management Inc.
“The acquisition of ISM is part of our development strategy for our specialized solutions and services. We are proud to count on a dedicated and competent team to serve our customers,” mentions Robert Courteau, president of SPI Health and Safety.
The existing team will continue to operate under the authority of Mr. Duval and will ensure the highest standard of quality.
About SPI Health and Safety Inc.
A Canadian leader in goods and services related to occupational health and safety, SPI Health and Safety offers both complete and specialized solutions, encompassing the distribution of products, technical services, fire protection services, consulting and training.
Founded in 1972, SPI Health and Safety is a fast-growing company that now has more than 30 points of service across Canada.
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