News Kidd Operations takes home a provincial safety award for the 20th time SHARE ON: Taylor Ablett, staff Monday, Jun. 6th, 2016 Photo: Michael Winship, CIM National President, Ed Pieterse, Kidd Operations’ Manager of Health and Safety, Eric Lajoie, MSA Safety, Zachary Mayer, Kidd Operations’ Manager of Mine Technical Services. Supplied by Carole Belanger, Kidd Operations. Kidd Operations has won a provincial safety award for the 20th time. The mining company is being honoured with the 2015 John T. Ryan Regional Safety Trophy, in the Metal Mine category. The award is give to the operation that has the lowest reported injury rate among metal mines in the province. GM of Kidd, Steve Badenhorst, says winning the prestigious award attests to the efforts of workers and management to continually improve safety processes. He says they are celebrating the award, but are continuing to stay focused on their commitment to achieving Zero Harm. Kidd has also won the John T. Ryan National Safety Trophy 11 times since 1975, and most recently in 2012.