The Canadian Agricultural Safety Association (CASA) is looking for a new Executive Director.
Marcel Hacault after serving in the role for the last 16 years has announced his plans to retire.
Hacault has lead CASA since 2004, spearheading the organization's transformation from a safety grant administrator to an organization that leads national efforts to improve agricultural safety across Canada.
Carolyn Van Den Heuvel, Chair of CASA, says Marcel has been a great ambassador for agricultural health and safety.
"Marcel’s leadership has resulted in the establishment of provincial safety groups that directly support farmers. His influence can be seen in initiatives such as the BeGrainSafe program, Back to Ag program, and the Canadian partnership with Progressive Ag Foundation in the delivery of Safety Days.
Hacault says CASA has been a wonderful organization to help lead and grow, adding he's enjoyed the job and the terrific people he's had the chance to work with.
Hacault will remain in his position as Executive Director until March 2021 to help with the transition.Click here to see more...