Top 10 Under 40: Meet Daniel Laliberté
Health & Safety Occupational Hygiene Young Workers 2021 Awards Top 10 Under 40
OHS Canada’s annual Top 10 Under 40 program recognizes the achievements of the newest generation of Canadian OH&S workers.
Now in its second year, this program receives write-in applications over several months, and nominees are judged by the OHS Canada leadership team.
Our 2021 winners will be spotlighted on OHS Canada‘s website through August.
Daniel Laliberté: Project manager at Gestion Environnementale T. Harris in Brossard, Que., age 30
Daniel Laliberté demonstrates high energy, enthusiasm and a great thirst for knowledge while conducting occupational hygiene assessments in the workplace on behalf of clients.
He has quickly moved through the ranks at Gestion Environnementale T. Harris from junior technician, to senior technician, project co-ordinator and most recently to project manager within the company.
Laliberté is well organized, with great attention to detail when planning and executing site occupational hygiene assessments. He listens to the customer and is an excellent problem solver when evaluating occupational health and safety concerns in the workplace.
“Being able to find a problematic, prepare the document to help fix it, and to be able to see that the work that I did is actually helping to protect worker health, and/or the health of the people around them is the most gratifying part of my work,” he said.
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Laliberté has trained the junior staff in environmental management and occupational hygiene sampling, developed a program for dangerous waste management and built a youth co-operative health and safety program from the ground up.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the Université de Sherbrooke in Sherbrooke, Que.
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