New Executive in Vancouver, B.C. Crane Safety Association

New Executive in Vancouver, B.C. Crane Safety Association

The Nonprofit Leadership Search and Support team at Third Sector Company is pleased to share that Clinton Connell has been appointed the new Executive Director for the British Columbia Association for Crane Safety (BCACS, or BC Crane Safety).

 

In his role as Executive Director, Clinton will continue BC Crane Safety’s mission to professionalize crane operator trades through certification and licensing as they expand the role as the recognized certification authority for BC and continue to support recognition of certifications from outside the province.

 

We are fortunate to have someone of Clinton Connell’s calibre and results-driven experience to take over the lead at BC Crane Safety,” says Ryan Burton, Board Chair. “He has the right blend of vision and leadership to expand our programs and services and advance BC Crane Safety as we continue to serve our stakeholders provincially and internationally. His strategic management experience, visionary leadership and his proven financial and analytical acumen will serve to continue and leverage the Association’s international certification reputation and accomplishments.

 

Clinton has spent the last 15+ years providing leadership at the strategic level for Eagle West Crane and Rigging. Clinton has also served on the BC Crane Safety Board for 9 years as well as holding a position on the BC Trucking Association Board of Directors for nearly 12 years. Clinton’s background covers entrepreneurial business management, leadership effectiveness and project management.

 

All of the Third Sector Company community sends our best wishes to Clinton and BC Crane Safety in advancing the mission that contributes to the growth of BC’s economy across all sectors!

 

The British Columbia Association for Crane Safety (BCACS, or BC Crane Safety) is responsible for the overall administration of crane operator certification in British Columbia. BCACS provides leadership for health and safety development within the crane hoisting industry; serves as an advisory body on regulatory and safety matters, works closely with industry, labour and government to develop and implement new standards of assessment and certification, and provides leadership in the establishment, maintenance and support of industry specific assessment tools which result in a BC Crane Operator designation.

 

Third Sector Company is delighted to support organizations like BC Crane Safety. Since its inception in 2002, Third Sector Company’s mission has been firmly rooted in providing leadership continuity solutions to the nonprofit sector. Like all of our services, Nonprofit Leadership Search and Support was created by nonprofit executives to be of benefit to our peers and to the entire nonprofit sector.

 

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