CSA Group’s Manisha Mistry Recognized as a Top Woman in Safety for Second Consecutive Year

May 11, 2022

CSA Group has announced that Manisha Mistry, Senior Director of Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) & Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) at CSA Group has been selected by Canadian Occupational Safety as a Top Women in Safety 2022. This list gives well deserved recognition to Canada’s female health and safety professionals for their hard work, determination, and inspiration.

Manisha Mistry has solidified her reputation as one of Canada’s top health and safety professionals leading CSA Group’s HSSE efforts across 12 countries and 33 locations. Manisha has been a leading force in establishing and stewarding CSA Group’s safety-first culture, including the organization’s evolving psychological health and safety program. Among her many HSSE accomplishments, she led her team to achieve global, multi-site registration to ISO 45001 and ISO 14001 in 2019, both of which were re-registered in 2022. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, Manisha worked together with CSA Group’s HSSE team in successfully establishing pandemic related protocols and recovery activities.

“CSA Group congratulates Manisha for being named one of Canada’s Top Women in Safety for a second year in a row,” says Paul Keane, Executive Vice President, Human Resources and HSSE at CSA Group. “Manisha has been instrumental in supporting the organization’s global COVID-19 response and recovery efforts, always with empathy and compassion. Under Manisha’s leadership, CSA Group’s HSSE efforts continue to strengthen, always with the evolving needs of our employees top of mind.”

“I am humbled to be recognized alongside so many exceptional health and safety leaders,” says Manisha Mistry, Senior Director of HSSE & DEI at CSA Group. “I am fortunate to work with some of the brightest and dedicated health and safety professionals right here at CSA Group, who work tirelessly to make our safety-first commitment a reality every day.”

Manisha also oversees CSA Group’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusion program where she focuses on creating a culture where all global employees feel comfortable, included and able to bring their whole selves to work every day.

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