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Board of Directors

boardThe Radiation Safety Institute of Canada is a self-governing organization. Overall authority and responsibility rest with its Board of Directors.

Directors are chosen for their good sense, practiced judgment and broad experience and are elected independently from the business, academic, legal, health care and other communities and from labour, industry and government. A highly educated and professionally qualified staff of radiation scientists, educators and other professionals conduct The Radiation Safety Institute of Canada’s programs and services.

Board Members

Tim Armstrong, QC, O.ONT, Tim Armstrong Consulting – Chair of the Board

John Beaucage, MBA, Wasauksing First Nation

Arnold Cader, BComm, LLB, President, The Delphi Corporation – Vice Chair of the Finance & Audit Committee

Patrick Dillon, Business Manager and Secretary Treasurer, Building and Construction Trades’ Council of Ontario

Steve Hunt, Director, District 3, United Steel Workers

Buzz Hargrove,Executive Director of Centre for Labour Management Relations (CLMR) Ryerson University

The Honourable R. Roy McMurty, OC, O.ONT, QC, Counsel, Gowling Lafleur Henderson LLP

Cindy Morton, Chief Executive Officer of eHealth Ontario

Victor V Pakalnis, MEng, MBA, PEng, Professor Kinross Professorship in Mining & Sustainability, Department of Mining Engineering, Queen’s University – Chair of the HR & Nominating Committee

John Perquin, Assistant to the International Secretary-Treasurer, United Steelworkers

Frank Saunders, Vice-President, Nuclear Oversight and Regulatory Affairs, Bruce Power – Chair of the Planning & Governance Committee

Maureen Shaw, President, Act Three Consulting

Dave Shier, President, Canadian Nuclear Workers Council (CNWC)

Advisory Council Members

Leo W Gerard, LLD, International President, United Steelworkers

Duncan Hawthorne, President and Chief Executive Officer, Bruce Power

Ken Neumann, Canadian National Director, United Steelworkers

 

 

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