AgSafe welcomes Kyle Hart

On January 28, AgSafeBC welcomed Kyle Hart to the team of safety consultants and advisors. He will be dedicated to working with agricultural producers in the central Okanagan region. Originally from Ontario he now lives in B.C. with his family and has had a long career working in the Canadian agriculture industry. Most recently, he was the north regional health and safety advisor for BC Tree Fruits Cooperative and its sister companies, Cidery Co and Growers Supply. 

 

“One may sow and harvest the same commodity or ranch the same livestock; however, the daily routines, processes and priorities will vary and bring their own unique health and safety challenges,” says Hart.

 

Source: AgSafeBC January 28, 2019 news release

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