The “WHERE’S THE LINE?” program and call to action embody JUST’s commitment to fostering a long-term culture of power line safety in Alberta. The links below will take you to a variety of organizations that share this commitment and are helping to increase awareness of power line safety in their industries and communities.
Missing Tim was created by Julie Hamilton who lost her teenage son to a power line incident and is now a leading speaker on the subject of power line safety.
Alberta One-Call is a non-profit organization that provides communication between excavators and the owners of buried facilities, such as power lines.
The Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE) is the leading health, safety and environmental organization for professionals in Canada.
Enform, the safety association for Canada’s upstream oil and gas industry, is the advocate and leading resource for the continuous improvement of the industry’s safety performance.
Rocky Mountain Equipment is a consolidator of agriculture and construction equipment dealerships and a strong advocate for the safe operation of equipment around power lines.
The Alberta Allied Roofing Association is a solid and contributing body of skilled trades professionals that strive to ensure the highest quality of services, safety and materials.
Safety in Schools Foundation is a registered non-profit organization committed to providing young workers across Canada with the opportunity to learn the basics about workplace safety.