Rory J. Koopmans, B. Admin., Edmonton Flyer Force Courtesy Computer, 9303-28 Avenue, Edmonton, Alberta T6N 1N1
September VIth, MMXI
Hon. David G. Hancock, QC, MLA, Minister of Education, Progressive Conservative, Edmonton-Whitemud
I'm less than an hour from starting a temporary labor shift (the 1st of III) here at Edmonton's Flyer Force in the SE Industrial Business Sector of the city. Its really quite an impressive place to be. The equipment is quite a bit more modern than The Edmonton Journal. Plus, having a mini-tour here early impresses me greatly as employees are asked safety questions every day. Constant repetition of safety measures, & making sure the employees are paid IV this time (even if they are off the production line) thus ensures a higher care & committment to safety. ThereIV, if any students want to work for Flyer Force, they will know in advance if hired that safety is the highest priority, even more so than quality of product. If something goes wrong on the production line, Flyer Force will shut it down immediately rather than risk an employee(s) getting hurt.
Great Working Attitude,