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Longtime OHS Canada columnist Alan Quilley dies after struggle with cancer

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April 26, 2021
By OHS Canada

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Peacefully at his Alberta home and with his wife Marie by his side, Alan Quilley passed away April 24 following a short struggle with cancer. He was 67.

Quilley, a longtime columnist with OHS Canada, was the president of Safety Results, a consultancy and training service in Sherwood Park, Alta.

According to his obituary, occupational health and safety was a lifelong passion for Quilley. He authored several textbooks and delivered training courses to many future CRSPs over the course of his career.

A private ceremony will be held June 3 at Evergreen Memorial Gardens in Edmonton.

“Alan was an excellent human being and an outstanding resource to the OH&S profession,” said OHS Canada editor Marcel Vander Wier. “He will be greatly missed.”


“From the entire team at OHS Canada, our condolences to his family and friends.”


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