As a leader in delivering amateur and high performance sport to Calgarians, Repsol Sport Centre is proud to honour its athletes with a total of $16,250 this year, funded by The John Currie Amateur Sport Legacy Fund. Under careful deliberation and criteria examination, the LPSS Bursary Committee designated 18 amateur athletes to be recognized and financially rewarded for outstanding athletic achievement in support of their future training and competition goals. The honourees are a mix of Olympic hopefuls, veterans and up and comers, representing 8 sports. There are 5 men and 13 women ranging from 13 to 37 years. Further, 83% of the recipients train 19 hours a week or more, and proudly call Repsol Sport Centre their home.
Occupational Health & Safety
Safety is a core value at Repsol Sport Centre. We pride ourselves in maintaining a safe and healthy workplace for every employee. As of June 1, 2018, we complied with all employers in Alberta to form a joint worksite Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) committee. The OH&S committee is one of the many ways our employees and leaders work together to identify and find solutions to health and safety issues within Repsol Sport Centre and individual workplaces. The goal is to maintain a safe work site and working as a team to identify and solve safety concerns, reduce the risk of workplace injury or illness from hazardous conditions or substances encountered in the workplace.
The committee will be comprised of 2 leaders and 5 elected employee representatives from:
Dry Land Sports, Fitness, Administration and Child Care