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Glooscap Health and Safety is proud to be a 100% owned and managed Indigenous company. It was born from an economic expansion within Glooscap First Nation community and the Glooscap Landing Highway Development.

Most importantly, it was born from the desire to keep everyone safe.

Glooscap Health and Safety has been providing tailored Health and Safety services since 2019. We serve clients throughout Nova Scotia and Mi’kma’ki on a wide variety of projects across many different sectors.


 Health & Safety Consulting

Glooscap Health and Safety is a member of the Glooscap Ventures group of companies and is owned by the Glooscap First Nation community.

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What Clients Say

We’ve developed a great partnership with Glooscap Health and Safety. Stacey and her team provided third-party construction safety over-sight at Minas’ Back Dam refurbishment project through the 2020 and 2021 construction seasons. GHS designed and implemented a site-specific program that ensured safe work practices and procedures, the presence of adequate signage, training, and emergency reaction planning.


GHS’ exceptional communication skills coupled with a positive, knowledgeable and energetic approach contributed to a successful project completion and we are currently collaborating on a multi-year agreement where GHS will be providing us with similar services on a wider selection of activities.   

John Woods, P.Eng.

Vice President, Energy Development

Minas Basin Pulp and Power

About Our Logo

Our logo brings together six distinct yet connected elements into the design.  Glooscap, sweetgrass, the eagle, canoe and the whale/wave are all components that combine to create our brand mark. The diamond outline represents a structure for oneness and stability where at the core it represents an energy of well-being (health and safety). 

Like our logo, we view Health and Safety elements as components of a larger system that all work together to positively increase safety for all. The elements of a program, training needs, coaching, orientations, audits and inspections all work together in a holistic approach to create the safest environment practicable for the workers, management and business owners.

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