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Remembering those who have lost their lives to work-related incidents or occupational disease.

Remembering those who have lost their lives to work-related incidents or occupational disease.

Today, April 28th, we remember those who have lost their lives to work-related incidents or occupational disease. Our hearts go out to all the families and loved ones. 

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Welcoming students and grads from KPU

Welcoming students and grads from KPU

F.A.S.T. is proud to partner with the Wilson School of Design at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU).  We have forged strong working relationships with former and current students, dedicated faculty and staff at KPU. Last week, F.A.S.T. welcomed three students of the 3rd year Product Design program at KPU’s Wilson School of Design to meet with our production and design team. The students were on assignment to redesign personal protective equipment (PPE) for various industries, and we were delighted to offer our expertise! Further to our connections at KPU, have you met Michelle? Michelle Scannell joined us here at F.A.S.T. in...

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They fled the war in Syria. Today, they work at F.A.S.T.

They fled the war in Syria. Today, they work at F.A.S.T.

Through partnership with MOSAIC, a B.C. charity that helps newcomers settle in Canada, the B.C. Alliance for Manufacturing has begun a pilot project to help provide jobs for Syrian refugees. The program focuses on integrating refugees into their new country, while boosting jobs in the industry at the same time. For refugees like Hwichshan and Aldarwish, the work at F.A.S.T. is more than a job. It's a new lease on life after fleeing the six-year Syrian conflict, which has so far displaced over 11 million people. F.A.S.T. Limited is proud to be a supporter of this pilot project. As a...

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Recent Earthquakes Raise Risk of 'The Big One'

Recent Earthquakes Raise Risk of 'The Big One'

With the recent earthquakes off the coast of Vancouver Island, most of us are thinking this reduces the likelihood of 'The Big One' that we are all preparing for.  Wrong.  It actually increases the likelihood! Read more in this article by CBC with Seismologist Alison Bird. "The roughly two-week long phenomenon happens when seismic stress shifts onto the fault area where the Juan de Fuca and North American plates lock together. That causes thousands of mini-tremors and heightens the likelihood of a major earthquake event in B.C.," according to seismologist Alison Bird. So, what are you doing to get prepared?  That's where we come in. Let...

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New legal requirements for Joint Committees in BC come in to effect on April 3, 2017

New legal requirements for Joint Committees in BC come in to effect on April 3, 2017

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